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IAtractorKid

11-22-2012 15:37:26
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Ok guys, as I said a few days ago, I need to sell some tractors to pay off some other debts (will have pictures Saturday). Obviously Im a little biased so was hoping you could tell me if my prices would be way out of line... Location is Jefferson, IA (central IA)

All these tractors are great runners and in good shape for their age with no known problems. I have personally owned them all for 3+ years and had zero problems.

1942 Farmall H - complete dual fuel, VERY good tires and rims, 6V, good metal...$1600 OBO

Possible sale - 1942 Farmall M - NEW tires all around w/VERY good rims, 12V, two-way hydraulics, good metal...$1950 OBO

1951 Farmall MV - complete restoration, reverse operation cotton picker, VERY good tires and rims, 12V, sheet metal is perfect with auto quality paint, rebuilt motor and new clutch...$3500 firm

1953 Farmall SH - complete mechanical restoration; needs paint, metal good, live hydraulics w/2-way valve, 12V, NEW tires and rims...$2150 OBO

1953 Farmall SM - VERY good tires and rims, 2-way hydraulics, monroe easy-ride seat, 12V, good metal...$2400 OBO

2-row mounted cultivator for H/M with hydraulic lift, very good paint, $200 OBO

2-Bottom little genius plow - will be sold as trip lift with 3rd bottom that can be bolted back on, NEW tires, $300 OBO

Possible sale - Koyker SuperK loader - VERY nice 7' bucket, 3-spool valve and ALL NEW hoses, new pivot pins...$1000 OBO

Thanks for your help!!!

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Jaon Rasmussen

11-24-2012 11:53:51
207.177.34.176



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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to IAtractorKid, 11-22-2012 15:37:26  
I would be interested in the plow. Whats the best way to get in touch with you? Have some questions about it.



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Al in Mn

11-23-2012 21:23:04
74.44.49.68



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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to IAtractorKid, 11-22-2012 15:37:26  
Is the Cultivator a 250?



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Al in Mn

11-24-2012 18:44:24
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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to Al in Mn, 11-23-2012 21:23:04  
I would be interested in the 250 cultivator. Could you send a picture?



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IAtractorKid

11-24-2012 16:59:26
184.97.50.160



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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to Al in Mn, 11-23-2012 21:23:04  
Yes, HM-250 with new hold down springs and manual.



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larryanderson

11-23-2012 04:30:01
184.21.172.50



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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to IAtractorKid, 11-22-2012 15:37:26  
Best to advertise them in something like RedPower or even Craigs List or YT photo ads work excellent but pictures are important.Price is a number whatever the buyer and seller agree on.You cant go up[but some people do] and you can always come down[some people dont].Theres one thing that makes a fair sale and thats when the buyer thinks it was little too high and seller thought it wasnt quite enough.Remember that if the buyer is going to resell it most the profit[if any] is made when buying.Your prices seem fair and you seem to know what you have .Good Luck

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DRCA

11-22-2012 20:19:45
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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to IAtractorKid, 11-22-2012 15:37:26  
well, an MV is not a "reverse operation cotton picker" picker has single front and thinner drop boxes than MV's. MV's have 20" front wheels so--- if u have a MV you are to cheap at $3500



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IAtractorKid

11-22-2012 22:15:40
184.97.63.126



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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to DRCA, 11-22-2012 20:19:45  
Mines not a true MV, as I said it is a reverse operation cotton harvester that has been decaled as an MV. For all practical purposes, it is a "high crop" as it sits now. Better in my mind as you dont have to worry about the drop chains breaking and blowing your cases out. Either way its an awesome show piece that gets tons of attention! Have to remember most people looking at it at shows and parades dont know the real difference anyway.

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IAtractorKid

11-22-2012 20:18:04
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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to IAtractorKid, 11-22-2012 15:37:26  
1936/37 F12 - factory fenders and rear steel, loose but not running, radiator drained, tank clean, decent metal and overall good shape for age. Does not have front pedestal or wheels but I have access to NF pedestal with steel wheels for $400

Unsure of tractors value as is...would guess rear steel to be worth about $400 and fenders to be around $300 so maybe $750 OBO as-is for everything???



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Old-F20

11-22-2012 20:32:21
71.7.101.5



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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to IAtractorKid, 11-22-2012 20:18:04  
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if the fenders are fairly nice you may get 3 for them. rear steel is still fairly available and 400 seems a little steep to me. no fornt pedistal kind of kills it. ask 500 and see how many bites you get. got any other pre 39 stuff besides the 12?



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IAtractorKid

11-22-2012 22:06:37
184.97.63.126



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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to Old-F20, 11-22-2012 20:32:21  
Nope the 12 is the on pre "39 item I have. Fenders are straight but rusty. Will drop the price on the 12 some.



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Dan Robinson

11-22-2012 19:44:27
67.55.235.49



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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to IAtractorKid, 11-22-2012 15:37:26  
What is the serial number of the Super M??



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IAtractorKid

11-24-2012 17:00:33
184.97.50.160



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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to Dan Robinson, 11-22-2012 19:44:27  
F-2955J



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IAtractorKid

11-22-2012 20:03:13
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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to Dan Robinson, 11-22-2012 19:44:27  
I will have serial numbers after the weekend along with pictures.



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Notjustair

11-22-2012 19:31:49
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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to IAtractorKid, 11-22-2012 15:37:26  
Northeast Kansas those are fair prices. Around here you wouldn't sit on then more than about 10 days for that. It's nice to see someone realistic and not wanted two grand for something that smokes like a chimney and leaks like a sieve.

The hydraulics should make them a quick sale. Wish I was closer.



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IAtractorKid

11-22-2012 20:05:23
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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to Notjustair, 11-22-2012 19:31:49  
Thanks. Glad to see everybody thinks these are reasonable. Hard for me to decide as these are from my personal collection. I was trying to be fair but I know what rubber costs these days too!



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David G

11-22-2012 17:02:33
205.215.206.18



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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to IAtractorKid, 11-22-2012 15:37:26  
Where are you at? I would like to buy the mounted cultivator from you if. I am East of Cedar Rapids.



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IAtractorKid

11-22-2012 18:44:29
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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to David G, 11-22-2012 17:02:33  
My email is open...send me a message and I will respond with some pictures after this weekend. Everything is in Jefferson, IA but other arrangements could possibly be made.



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GordoSD

11-22-2012 16:34:27
64.33.250.162



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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to IAtractorKid, 11-22-2012 15:37:26  
If the SH's are stage II they should be nearer 3000.



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IAtractorKid

11-22-2012 20:03:47
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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to GordoSD, 11-22-2012 16:34:27  
Both Supers are Stage I



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Janicholson

11-22-2012 16:20:12
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 Re: Fair Tractor Prices in reply to IAtractorKid, 11-22-2012 15:37:26  
Those sound like you know what they are worth, and are not getting rich selling. In some places the prices are low. Jim



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