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Ford was a major manufacturer or farm tractors for much of the 20th Century. The Ford brand was first used on tractors in 1939 with the introduction of the 9N, although the Fordson brand had already been in use for 20 years. The European Fordson brand and US Ford brand were consolidated in 1964 with the creation of a global tractor line. Ford purchased New Holland in 1985, creating the Ford-New Holland line. Ford's farm equipment group was sold to Fiat in 1990, which began phasing out the Ford name.

Ford 1720
  • Fuel: 8.5 gal
  • Wheelbase: 65 inches
  • Weight: 2491 to 2690 pounds
  • Engine (gross): 27.7 hp
Ford 1920
  • Fuel: 9.8 gal
  • Wheelbase: 69.9 inches
  • Weight: 2849 to 3069 pounds
  • Engine (gross): 33.3 hp
Ford 3415
  • Chassis: 4x2 2WD
  • Engine: 44 hp
  • Fuel tank: 11.1 gal
  • Wheelbase: 74.8 inches
  • Weight: 4,100 lbs
Ford 3930
  • Weight: 5,446 lbs
  • Engine RPM: [email protected]
  • ROPS Fuel: 17.3 gal
  • 2WD Wheelbase: 84.5 inches
Ford 5095
  • Engine: 95 hp
Ford 6500
  • Chassis: 4x4 MFWD 4WD
  • Engine: 112 hp
Ford 6610S
  • Engine: 85 hp
  • Weight: 5695 to 6335 pounds
  • 2WD Wheelbase: 87.5 inches
Ford 7610S
  • Engine: 95 hp
  • Weight: 5935 to 6575 pounds
  • 2WD Wheelbase: 87.5 inches
Ford 8010
  • Fuel: 29.5 gal
Ford 8670
  • Engine: 170 hp
  • Fuel: 110 gal
  • Wheelbase: 118.3 inches
  • Weight: 15800 to 18200 pounds
Ford 8770
  • Engine: 190 hp
  • Fuel: 110 gal
  • Wheelbase: 118.3 inches
  • Weight: 16600 to 19000 pounds
Ford 8870
  • Engine: 210 hp
  • Fuel: 110 gal
  • Wheelbase: 118.3 inches
  • Weight: 16700 to 19000 pounds
Ford 8970
  • Engine: 240 hp
  • Fuel: 110 gal
  • Wheelbase: 118.3 inches
  • Weight: 16950 to 19350 pounds