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64 Cub lo boy with trencher

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Spooda

12-07-2017 16:08:18




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Looking for some advice on a 64 Cub lo boy I inherited. The tractor is in very good condition. I'm replacing a bearing on the shaft that goes in the box for hi-lo. It has new paint and everything works beautifully. I need room in my shop but have no idea where I can get rid of it or its value.Any help from the experts would be appreciated. Thank you




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Spooda

12-17-2017 16:32:14




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Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see It's all together now and works perfectly. I guess next step is to advertise nationally. Thank you.



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Spooda

12-17-2017 14:56:31




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Spooda

12-17-2017 14:47:56




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Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see It's all back together and works perfectly. I guess my next step is to advertise locally. Thank you



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BarnyardEngineering

12-12-2017 10:03:27




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 Re: 64 Cub lo boy with trencher in reply to Spooda, 12-07-2017 16:08:18  
It's pretty rare and should be worth a considerable amount to the right person. If someone comes along and tells you its only worth $1000 or even $1500, tell them to go pound sand.

As I recall, the last one I saw they were asking $6000 or $7000 for. Now, whether it sold or not, and how much it sold for, is a whole other question. All I can say is how much they were ASKING for it. You can't expect to get that much.

If you just want to get rid of it advertise on your local craigslist for a fraction of that amount. If you want top dollar you need to advertise nationally, like on ebay or "fast line" or "tractor house" but those are all paid for publications.

You can always start high and come down, but you can't start low and come up.

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OldFarmall450

12-12-2017 09:58:18




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I'm gonna on out on a limb here and say that it should bring considerable more IF it is put back together. Most people don't like buying a basket of parts and reassemble it. Those that do WONT pay premium. It always seems a small important- hard to find part is left out when you buy something disassembled. Or that's my experience.

Check ebay or other tractor sites...see what they SELL for, not what someone ask for...

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Jim Becker

12-12-2017 07:51:53




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Probably not much help. Value of any particular tractor depends on condition. We can't tell much about that from a few pictures.

One bit of general guidance, a Cub with a COMPLETE and FUNCTIONING Auburn trencher is considerably more valuable than just a run of the mill Cub in the same condition.



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Spooda

12-12-2017 05:12:21




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can anyone help me out?



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Spooda

12-08-2017 11:32:16




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Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see....Cpuld you give me an idea what I s worth?



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leon

12-08-2017 03:59:32




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Please shoot me your location. My e-mail is open.



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Spooda

12-07-2017 16:23:53




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12-07-2017 16:23:26




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