Fordson Model F
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A very tidy unrestored Fordson F fitted with Dunlop cast steelwheel centrers, on display at the LAMMA show in 2009
Model history
Model introduced 1917
Model discontinued 1928
Model status Discontinued
Engine Specification
Power hp 20
Power kW 15
Cooling system Water
Transmission Details
Transmission type Unknown
Drive 2WD
Linkage Category Unknown
Other info
Factories Detroit, Michigan, USA
Cork, Ireland
Plow rating Unknown
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A Immaculately restored Fordson F at the Bath and Southwest Tractor show in 2009

The Fordson Model F was the first mass produced Tractor built by Henry Ford. It was called the Fordson as the Directors of the Ford Motor Company did not want to build it, so Henry Ford set up a separate company, and marketed them as Fordson. But the Ford Motor company actually built them.

Specification[edit | edit source]

20 hp (15 kW), four cylinder engine, bolted directly to the transmission, with no frame to simplify assembly and reduce cost.They delivered 10 H.P. at the drawbar. With a 3 speed spur gear transmission, directly coupled to the Axle. Running on all Steel wheels.

Factories[edit | edit source]

  • Factories were set up at Dearborn, Michigan, USA, and Produced Model F's from 1917-1928
  • A European factory was set up in Cork, Ireland Producing them from 1919-1922. The farming recession of the 20s caused production to be suspended, but spare part production was continued.

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The Model F was superseded by the Ford N series from 1929

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