1940 - 1941 BRC, MA, GP, Preproduction Prototypes. Knowledge Base NO EBAY or COMMERCIAL SALES.
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The Ford 9N tractor did not have a seperate bell housing. It was part of and integeral with the transmission. The Ford pickup and car (1940-42) that used the 9N tractor motor used a differant bellhousing than the GP as the transmissions were differant along with other dimensions. The engine bolt pattern was the same on all of the 9N style engines whether in a GP, Tractor, or Pickup/Car. The GP bellhousings were stand alone.
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The 60 horse V8 Ford was a drop in fit in a GP. I saw the conversion a while back. Looked like it bolted right up to the Ford GP bell housing. Perhaps a bell housing from a 60 horse V8 would bolt up to the GP transmission.
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