A Ford 9N with Ferguson system at the Belvoir Castle show 2008 in the UK
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The Ford Ferguson 9N (commonly referred to as the Ford-Ferguson) was produced as a result of the handshake agreement between Henry Ford and Harry Ferguson. Harry Ferguson brought a Ferguson-Brown Model A tractor and plow to Dearborn at his own expense (according to some accounts). After the Ferguson Brown with its three point hitch out-plowed a Fordson Model F near where Greenfield Village is today, the two men made their historic agreement.
The Ferguson-Brown then became the model for the new Ford-Ferguson 9N design. That particular tractor is now on display at The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan.
The joint venture between Henry Ford and Harry Ferguson ended a previous relationship between Harry Ferguson and the David Brown company.
It featured a 23 hp (17 kW) engine.
- Main article: Ford-Ferguson
Serial numbers[edit | edit source]
The Ford 9N was built between 1939 and 1942 with 99,002 tractors manufactured
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See also[edit | edit source]
- Ford N series - for the various versions
- List of Tractor Manufacturers
- Ford and Fordson Association - collectors club for all ford models (UK based)
- Clubs Listing - list of other clubs
References / sources[edit | edit source]
- FFA web site.