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$2500US for 56 Cub Loboy ?

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09-03-2002 19:34:49

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I'm looking at a '56 Cub Loboy, w/front plow, wheel weights, not restored, some rust on the tin, apparently runs great, with a noisy 1st gear.
Good rubber, not new. It has a regular seat as opposed to Deluxe seat as seen on some '55's.
Does anyone have any info on a reasonable price?
$2500US seems to me a bit high, but then again someone out there will probably pay that if they want it bad enough. I want it ! but my piggy bank is shy by quite a few bucks.

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09-04-2002 09:27:37

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 Re: $2500US for 56 Cub Loboy ? in reply to EZHangin, 09-03-2002 19:34:49  
Hey EZ,
That dont sound like a bad price if its in nice shape with implements. Just go buy it like me and worry about paying later!!!

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09-04-2002 10:55:54

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 Re: Re: $2500US for 56 Cub Loboy ? in reply to scotty, 09-04-2002 09:27:37  
Don't make me come over there!
It's hard enough without having you make it sound so darn easy. Not a bad idea though, I'll have to mull that one over for awhile. So what your'e saying is this,
Just buy it!
One day I'll wake up, look out the window and there it will be, days will go by, years will go by and there will be no pain.

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09-04-2002 11:18:19

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 Re: Re: Re: $2500US for 56 Cub Loboy ? in reply to EZ, 09-04-2002 10:55:54  
The down side is working the overtime at work to pay for the toys I buy on the card!!!

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Farmall Don

09-04-2002 05:03:52

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 Re: $2500US for 56 Cub Loboy ? in reply to EZHangin, 09-03-2002 19:34:49  
My brother in law paid $2,500 for his last year and it was in mint condition.

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gene b

09-04-2002 01:36:31

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 Re: $2500US for 56 Cub Loboy ? in reply to EZHangin, 09-03-2002 19:34:49  
if you think that is high check the want ads see how the other people sell theirs

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geoff gauger

09-03-2002 19:39:56

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 Re: $2500US for 56 Cub Loboy ? in reply to EZHangin, 09-03-2002 19:34:49  
I sold my 1955 Loboy with front blade and woods belly mower for $2700 in 1991! It was nicely restored however

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09-04-2002 04:05:35

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 Re: Re: $2500US for 56 Cub Loboy ? in reply to geoff gauger, 09-03-2002 19:39:56  
Did you enjoy that little tractor?
Did it have power enough to push the snow?
Presently, I am using my '63 Simplicity to push snow. It has a 9HP Briggs, but I would like something with a bit more OOM-PAH! Plus I love the look of the little Cubby.

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geoff gauger

09-04-2002 05:51:22

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 Re: Re: Re: $2500US for 56 Cub Loboy ? in reply to EZ, 09-04-2002 04:05:35  
EZ - I grew up pushin snow on 400 ft. of Wisconsin winter driveway (we actually got snow in those days) on our '55 Cub Loboy. It had plenty of power but not enough traction. Plan on tire chains and some weight on the back end to do it right. When I was too small to drive, my place was standing on the drawbar with my sister while dad plowed. Wheel weights are probably a better bet unless you've got some large offspring willing to help!

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