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Re: current farmall cub prices

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i dont know, i just saw one for sale in a english magazine for 2600 pounds, im not up on the trade ratio, but last i knew that was around 6 grand american i think, personally im thinking the little cub is fixing to become real popular like the venerable N series fords, they do have their drawbacks but are a huge step better than the current box store junk when fitted with say a mower blade ect, after i bought a new box store 18hp? lawn tractor?? and it was junk in 2 years of just mowing the farm yard, [ no big hood high stuff] plus the thing gave poor quality and performance from new, then i i bought a 1949 cub, it had a plow, the factory snow blade,[ i gave 800 bucks for this thing on the condition that it had found a good home and i wouldnt just resell it, the owner had had it restored, didnt use it and couldnt take it with him when he moved] and i found a complete danco c2 mower for it, i cant believe the difference! i will never own a "lawn tractor again" the cub is a giant step up, both in build quality and performance , granted it is a old tractor and that means i have to do a little mantence to it to keep it in top shape,but that just fun stuff, as to hood high grass. as long as i take a half swath it likes it just fine too, no mowing and re mowing the stripes the box store unit leaves then having grass debris in windrows all over the place, and i figure the box store junk is going to be getting even worse as time goes on, not everybody has a postage stamp size yard that is perfect, and we're going to need something to take care of chores like that which can actually do the job, the cub does it and does it well

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