I recently bought a 1946 ford 2N with a Freeman loader and have been trying to make it a reliable runner. So far I have changed points, condenser, cap, rotor, plugs, wires and 6v coil. I have installed a 12 volt battery with a ballast resistor in line between the batt terminal and the key switch, from there through a new original resistor to the coil. Tractor was running this past Sunday just fine. It sat for a few days with the gas valve on and flooded the carb - no start. I drained the carb and let the gas run out of the carb throat to correct the flooding issue, still no start. I have spark (checked by removing plug and grounding to manifold while cranking). I left the fuel turned off and tried to fire it with only ether and still nothing. I am stumped.