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Re: Re: $11,000 Ford 8N for sale

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Posted by Willy-N on December 24, 2003 at 08:03:09 from (

In Reply to: Re: $11,000 Ford 8N for sale posted by Les on December 24, 2003 at 04:09:47:

For a lot of people they are real tractors. Just depends on what you need it for. If your clearing a driveway, tending a small peice of land ect they are a good tractor. They are easy to fix but parts are pretty high if you are into restoring one. They are the Art Deco tractor like the Ferguson 20 & 30 of the same era. I like the look of them real simple and to the point. Small enought you can put them in a regular garage and lots of implments still made you can use with them. Now if you need a tractor that can plow large feilds or pull heavy implment that is a different story. I also like power steering and brakes on mine. Having owned many 9,2, & 8Ns I have found them to be fun tractors to work with. But I needed one for different reasons and my Massey Ferguson 135 is kind of ugly but it is a Ugly Duckling and acts like a Swan when using it. The Massey is still not a big tractor but for me it is perfect like the 8Ns for a lot of people. Mark H.

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