1941 9N Ford Tractor

This item will be sold on Saturday, April 15, 2023 in Sunflower North on the KS State Fairgrounds at the General Auction for the KS Mennonite Relief Sale. Vehicles, Tractors & other Featured Items will be sold, starting at approximately 2 pm.

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Bidding will be available onsite and online at Equipmentfacts.com for this item.

This 1941 9N Ford Tractor has been Completely Overhauled and Refurbished and is in Excellent Mechanical Condition.

It was donated by Ken and Tom Koslowsky from Hillsboro, KS. The Following Mechanical Work has been done to this Tractor:

The engine has New Sleeves, New Rings, and New Pistons.  The Valves have been ground.  New Transmission Throw Out Bearing has been Installed. This 9N has the Desirable Sherman Transmission which makes it a 6 speed tractor rather than a 3 speed. Carburetor has been Rebuilt.  Distributor has been Rebuilt with New Points and Condenser. Converted to 12 volt system for easy starting and good running. Radiator has been Cooked out and Cleaned. 
This tractor has Strong Hydraulics and Three Point System.  The Rear Tires are Excellent and Above Average.  The Front Tires are Average.

This Tractor has a Badge on it that says McPherson County; so we know it was owned and used by McPherson County at one time.  They may have been the Original Owners.  At one time it was owned by the John Sommerville Repair Shop of Aulne, Ks.  Ken and Tom Koslowsky have been the most recent owners.

Serial Number is 9N156835
The Ford 9N Tractors came out in 1939 and cost $585.  Ford built the Tractor and Harry Ferguson designed and built the Three Point and Hydraulic System.  The 9N and 8N Ford Tractors have been one of the MOST Popular Tractors ever produced in America.  They are Extremely Reliable and Versatile and are well suited for Small Acreages.
This is a GOOD Usable Tractor with 3-Point.  Good to use around the farm and GREAT to teach your Grandkids how to drive a Tractor.

For more information or questions about this item, please call Jerry at 620-367-8257