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The first genuine Ford tractor called the Fordson tractor was a tremendous success in North America and Europe from 1917 to 1928. Ford of the U.S. left the tractor business in 1928. Ford Ltd of Britain continued to thrive with the Fordson from 1928 onward. The first tractor of the series was the 9N, the first tractor to have both three-point hitch and a rear power take-off. The 9N was first demonstrated in Dearborn, Michigan on June 29, 1939.
The ford 9N engine was a side-valve, four-cylinder engine, with a 3.19-inch bore, 3.75-inch stroke, providing a displacement of 120 cubic inches. The transmission was the standard three-speed. In 1953 The N-series tractor was replaced with the all-new model dubbed the Golden Jubilee, also known as the Ford NAA. Beginning in 2009, New Holland produced a retro-styled tractor designed to resemble the Ford 8N.
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