Ford produced the “Golden Jubilee” to celebrate its 50th anniversary. This tractor was only released in 1953 and 1954, succeeding the Ford 8N, and only 128,965 models were built. Made in the Highland Park, Michigan, factory, this tractor had a special badge on its nose that commemorated the anniversary. Upon release, it cost $1,560. It was followed by the Ford 640 model.
The Jubilee sports a 2.2-liter gasoline engine with four cylinders and eight valves. Its 3.44-inch bore and 3.6-inch stroke yield a compression ratio of 6.6 to 1. This motor is naturally aspirated and uses a liquid cooling system. The transmission has four forward gears and one reverse gear.