In Reply to: 1939 9N posted by Wayne n ind. on March 13, 2019 at 16:17:10:
Appears to be a mutt. The dash is definitely early 9N. The steering wheel is not. The rear hubs are riveted, the grille is questionable since the Ferguson and the Ford grilles do not interchange, but the evidence of rust means it ain't aluminum and Fergies had steel ones. Alternator means 12V thus early 9N genny and VR are gone, hood would have the snap-in battery cover (missing)but radiator cap appears to be the 2N style for the pressurized radiator. Rear end appears to be from an 8N - the axle fender bosses are not solid either. If block is early 9N and not cracked, it would be a good, expensive, but good, restoration project. The grille and steering wheel are available as repoops but the early small generator and voltage regulator are not going to be easy to find. I waited ten years to find mine. Front wheels are 16" - OEM were 3 x 19. Bumper is ho-made and 9N/2N tractors never had one. If running, price is about average going rate. Maybe you can go look at it and tell us more???