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$1250 for WD 45 Gas LP/ Too much??

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01-04-1999 13:08:08

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Guy in the Dallas area has early 50's WD 45 gas/lp in salvage yard, could be great show tractor with renovation. Wants $1250, is this steep? What is reasonable. thanks, mike

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11-04-2000 12:30:46

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 Re: $1250 for WD 45 Gas LP/ Too much?? in reply to Mike, 01-04-1999 13:08:08  
If the engine isn't stuck and the tires and rear rims are OK I would say it is a good deal.

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01-05-1999 05:06:41

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 Re: $1250 for WD 45 Gas LP/ Too much?? in reply to Mike, 01-04-1999 13:08:08  
You are the best judge of what's too much. Creating a show quality tractor seldom is a money maker. If you want it, go for it.

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Ted Buisker

01-07-1999 20:07:23

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 Re: Re: $1250 for WD 45 Gas LP/ Too much?? in reply to RickB., 01-05-1999 05:06:41  
I guess it depends on condition, and if it is a factory LP, or an aftermarket add on. If it is factory, it will have the LP tank on the front ahead of the radiator, the original gas tank will be in place, and the carburetion system will allow the use of either fuel. If it is factory, it sounds like a good buy. Have a G'day. TED

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