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Ford 9n value

Postby stevey30 » Sun Apr 03, 2016 2:01 pm

I have a friend who wants to sell a 40 9n but not sure of its value,runs fine,he has all the tin off because he was going to blast and paint it but ran out of money,has new front tires and 80% rears,seems in good shape but could use paint,tractor is near Charlotte NC.

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Re: Ford 9n value

Postby Eugene » Sun Apr 03, 2016 5:55 pm


Above link with a recent price for an N series Ford. $1500- to $2000- for a work ready N series Ford in central Missouri.

I checked prices on the internet. Range was from $950- to $15,000-. All except one, the $15,000-, were much closer to the lower figure.
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Re: Ford 9n value

Postby Kirk-NJ » Mon Apr 04, 2016 3:56 am

I sold this '41 9n in Feb of this year. Tractor ran and drove with good tires and has a sherman trans. I listed it for $1200 on CL, which I though was a fair price. After sitting for a couple of months with not much action I had one guy come to look at it and I sold it for $1000.
Tractor prices on the old ford 9n.2n/8n's are way down from what they were a few years ago.
Prices might be higher in your area cause location plays a big part and spring time is the time to sell. Good luck with your sale.



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