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1941 Ford GP Cheyenne, WY **SOLD**

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It’s powered by a Ford 9N Tractor engine.

“Rare Military Classic Vehicle.Matching #s tub and frame,i do have the motorpool replacement motor.At present time it is powered by a freshly rebuilt Ford 9N tractor motor.Front and rear diff have been completely gone through.All new brakes/hardware/lines/master cyl.Still needs to be finished.Steering box has been rebuilt.$15,000 or best offer.May be interested in a trade of whatever.No motorcycles or boats”

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4 Comments on “1941 Ford GP Cheyenne, WY **SOLD**

  1. Michael J Brindle

    Any Ford N series motor is easy to find carbs for. Ford made a million N series tractors between 1939 and 1952. Last I heard, approximately 750,000 are still in use. Ford also put this same engine in F1 pickups sold to Brazil during WWII. Probably, won’t make it much past 40 MPH, but still not a bad redesign and easy to get parts for.

  2. Craig in ME

    The Holley 847D carb. was exclusive to the Ford GP as it is a downdraft unit. The 9N tractor used an updraft carb. It may be readily available, but not correct for the GP. And yes, original 847D’s are going for $5K…although Joe’s Motorpool in England currently has rights to repro these carbs.

  3. David Eilers Post author

    I too have been told that those Ford GP carbs go for about $5k by a guy who rebuilds prototypes.

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