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$2100 VAC

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Rob in Virginia

06-11-2003 17:49:27

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Just thought you guys might be interested. I went to an estate auction Sat. They sold a 1951 VAC, one owner, ran great, eagle hitch, good restorable condition. Brought $2100 from a guy intending to use it on his farm, not to restore.

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06-12-2003 04:38:30

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 Re: $2100 VAC in reply to Rob in Virginia, 06-11-2003 17:49:27  
Hey, it all depends on what you want, and what part of the country you are located.The case Vac is still a very useful tractor, compared to 6000.00 import with haif the HP.

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06-11-2003 19:33:26

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 Re: $2100 VAC in reply to Rob in Virginia, 06-11-2003 17:49:27  
I saw a VAC sell at an auction on Sunday in Iowa for $875.00. It had real nice paint and tires and ran real good. It almost followed me home!

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case poor in pa

06-18-2003 17:44:40

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 Re: Re: $2100 VAC in reply to Lincoln, 06-11-2003 19:33:26  
how come them guys are never around when i send a tractor to an auction?? 2100 would buy a real tractor.maybe a 430 even.. why me why is it always me that never has the luck of a guy with a pocket full of loot???

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