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Re: WD45 cotton picker air cleaner?

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Aaron SEIA

10-09-2012 13:34:14

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I would say a single front WD is rare. Suppose the line between "rare" and "low production" is about 1 one machine, though. She needs a lot of work, but I'd say the price is right given the single front.


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David R Inman

10-09-2012 13:41:36

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 Re: WD45 cotton picker air cleaner? in reply to Aaron SEIA, 10-09-2012 13:34:14  
Guess being a native arizonan I guess I've seen so many single font thactors ( AC included) that Im a little less willing to call it rare. Plus, single fronts use to be hard to sell. Guess collectors are slowly changing that.

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10-09-2012 14:42:54

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 Re: WD45 cotton picker air cleaner? in reply to David R Inman, 10-09-2012 13:41:36  
Without spending any time at all looking at it I saw enough missing parts to call it a parts tractor worth whatever you deem the single front worth and $300 for scrap,, But! good ones are easy to find here, maybe not out there? and I know not one itty bitty thing about cotton picker WDs, if they only made 5 and it can be IDed then that makes a huge differance in value.

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David R Inman

10-09-2012 16:12:05

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 Re: WD45 cotton picker air cleaner? in reply to Butch(OH), 10-09-2012 14:42:54  
Personally, I agree, 750 is high. We bought a WD, with loader, non running at the time, but with a turning motor and a few year old new tires for 1100. I can't imagine getting the one shown up and running for 450. I do think the soecial grill and air leaner neat, but not neat enough to buy.

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