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whats a real nice H going for these days?

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ericlb

11-22-2012 06:11:17
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got the latest auction mag yesterday the one i get is for heavy equipment ie excavators, big ag tractors, [ 150 hp and up] ect then in the middle of the pages sits a real nice H i mean the thing looks factory new, great paint new tires all around runs great ect, now my feeling it this H is kind of in the wrong audience being in this mag and might be bought right , minimum bid is 100, im thinking on putting a bid in as unless there is another old tractor guy in the crowd these guys arnt really going to be in the market for a old H, how high should i play with it before pulling out?

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David G

11-22-2012 13:42:14
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 Re: whats a real nice H going for these days? in reply to ericlb, 11-22-2012 06:11:17  
I use my H for H raking and moving wagons around. It is really handy with the narrow front and does not use much fuel. I did convert it to live hydraulic with parts off of a 300.

My dad used it to drive to town after he could not drive a car anymore.



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ericlb

11-22-2012 11:49:56
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 Re: whats a real nice H going for these days? in reply to ericlb, 11-22-2012 06:11:17  
i cant find out from the pics if it has hydraulics, im going to watch it awhile,i dont really NEED a H but i do have obtaining either a C or an H to play with,on my "bucket list" to remind me of my youth which was spent on a C , but like my other old tractors, if i had one id just wind up finding a use for it too around here lol



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David G

11-22-2012 09:30:52
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 Re: whats a real nice H going for these days? in reply to ericlb, 11-22-2012 06:11:17  
It is all in what you want. I have way more in my H than I think it would sell for. I would pay 1500-1800 for one with good rubber and live hydraulics.



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RustyR

11-22-2012 07:15:04
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 Re: whats a real nice H going for these days? in reply to ericlb, 11-22-2012 06:11:17  
Most of the farmers I know with big dollar equipment also have had the basic tractors like a H which is a very good tractor, and they would appreciate a good one. They also have the cash to pay for it.



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Janicholson

11-22-2012 06:27:21
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 Re: whats a real nice H going for these days? in reply to ericlb, 11-22-2012 06:11:17  
With an assumption that it runs well enough to be as good as its (picture) looks, and has live hydraulics adapted to it, probably 3000 max. Realistically, probably 1800. Those tires make a difference, but it is a common tractor. It is not a good deal if you do not need it. Jim



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