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rbthefirst

02-08-2018 13:32:47




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I am looking at a 1972 International Cub. It comes with disc, harrow, belly mower, and snow plow. I haven't seen it yet. I was told it runs but probably needs a battery. It had new points installed last year. What is it worth?




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hd6gtom

02-13-2018 21:34:15




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 Re: Looking for what a tractor is worth in reply to rbthefirst, 02-08-2018 13:32:47  
As I stated before a guy at work bought 1 with a front snow plow for $750.00 had good tires and ran well.



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Denny ('60 Lo-Boy)

02-12-2018 08:56:10




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 Re: Looking for what a tractor is worth in reply to rbthefirst, 02-08-2018 13:32:47  
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What is the asking price?



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jsfarmall

02-11-2018 05:27:02




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 Re: Looking for what a tractor is worth in reply to rbthefirst, 02-08-2018 13:32:47  
I would say if everything is good to hook up and go to work including the tractor and tires hold air, the 2500 range is fair price. Only implement that is actually "valuable" is the disc if it's a tandem disc. All the implements have value for sure but not as much as you would think. There are lots of mowers, snow plows, and harrows out there but are great to have if you got a tractor. The 70s cubs are higher in value. So I would say anything below 2500 is a deal and anything above is a little pricey. 10 years ago price would be much higher. Location does play a big factor especially with implements. Here a blade is worth 300 or more. But very few here where up north they are a dime a dozen.

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moonlite37

02-09-2018 07:54:12




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 Re: Looking for what a tractor is worth in reply to rbthefirst, 02-08-2018 13:32:47  
I do not intend to be a wise guy, but all are overpriced by about what they are worth. I sold mine for a third what I had in it and was happy to see it go. A super A sells as low and is a far better tractor and just as maneuverable. I think the turning radius is just a bit more. More horsepower, fuel consumption perhaps not an issue. The maintenance will be far less with a super A. I had 13 tractors now have nine after selling Cub, H,Sc and one M= II still have a super A and plan to make a B

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pinball

02-09-2018 04:55:29




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 Re: Looking for what a tractor is worth in reply to rbthefirst, 02-08-2018 13:32:47  
First thing you need to ask your self what are you going to need it for. they have gone down in price like a lot of old tractors. they are a good little tractor if there used what there intended to do. really cute to see one all fixed up at shows. personally if the tractor starts easy and runs good, all sheet metal present and looks nice not dented up, nice tires, all equipment okay I would ask around 2500 for it if were mine. I can always go down if its slow selling. location will make a difference. from my area I would say 1800. just my thought. 6/7 years ago maybe 3500 but times has changed. look it over careful though. any oil leaks can be expensive to fix.

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Brendon-KS

02-09-2018 03:38:05




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 Re: Looking for what a tractor is worth in reply to rbthefirst, 02-08-2018 13:32:47  
I'd throw out the range of anywhere between $1000 and $3000, all depending on condition. If the implements are all in nice, usable shape they could be worth quite a bit just by themselves. But, if they're all trashed they're worth their weight in scrap. Same thing with the tractor. If it looks like its seen a hard life it might be worth $1000 at best, even if it runs, but a nice-
looking, well-maintained Cub would be worth double that. The single-point hitch option adds to the value.

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c.amick

02-08-2018 18:01:24




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 Re: Looking for what a tractor is worth in reply to rbthefirst, 02-08-2018 13:32:47  
I good condition $2,500.



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old

02-08-2018 13:44:46




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 Re: Looking for what a tractor is worth in reply to rbthefirst, 02-08-2018 13:32:47  
With out more info and pictures that is a hard one to say. It could run and smoke like a freight train and have bad tires so not worth much or it could have real good tires and run like a top and be worth a lot.



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