A wartime Fordson model N tractor
The Fordson model N changed the Fordson model F. It was an multiplied variant of the F. Production of the model N began in Cork in 1927. Construction of the Fordson mannequin N used to be transferred from Cork to Dagenham in 1933. The model N featured a 27 HP engine, typical rear fenders (mudguards), a higher voltage ignition system, and non-compulsory pneumatic tires. In 1935 energy take-off (PTO) used to be available as an option on the model N.
The Fordson model N was customarily the most important tractor in the United Kingdom during World struggle II. The Dagenham plant produced over 136,000 mannequin N tractors in the course of the struggle. Ford of the U.S. Also exported model 9N tractors to the U.Ok. For the period of the war.