Hailed as the most important tractor of World War 2 the Fordson Model N was one of the first mass produced tractors, with the Ford Dagenham plant building over 200,000 between 1933 and 1945. This late example built in 1943 has the narrower wings typical of tractors built in wartime.
This tractor is in particularly good cosmetic and mechanical condition having received a full nut and bolt rebuild around 10 years ago. It has been well looked after since and the seller reports the paintwork to still being immaculate. The tractor is fitted with lower speed top gear.
Correctly road registered with a V5 logbook, It offers the new owner a great tractor they can just jump straight on and start enjoying.