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Re: 1953 super H

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01-12-2013 18:38:12

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$1200 for a Stage 1 in good condition may be a little cheap. However you have admitted it needs an overhaul, that will cost about $1000 including parts and machine work if the buyer does it himself. All auctions are different. I sold an M for $1250 that looked no where near as good as your SH, and an H that looked much worse and needed about everything for $400 at an auction last Feb (SW Kansas). I expected the M to bring maybe $800-$1000, but two people wanted it. But based on appearance alone, if it was closer I would be tempted. On the downside, due to the engine it is about a $750 tractor.

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01-12-2013 19:18:44

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 Re: 1953 super H in reply to CNKS, 01-12-2013 18:38:12  
the head has already been done all it might need is a kit and they run about 500, might get buy with ony rings and yes I can do my own labor, I put rings in it but think they sent the wrong ones compression is low on all four.But It will not sell for no 750, 1200 is absolutely bottom dollar or I will fix and try to get closer to 2500.But thank you for your input it helps make my mind up.

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01-13-2013 08:25:43

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 Re: 1953 super H in reply to rickdeere, 01-12-2013 19:18:44  
Your 500 in repairs and my value of 750 brings it to 1250, which I still call a little low. $2500 is more like a Stage 2. I bought a Stage 2 SH for 2250 10 years ago and a Stage 2 Super M for 2500 2 years ago, the SM is currently under restoration, will probably have 5-6000 in it. SH maybe 4000, I did not overhaul the engine, only the head. Neither is for sale as I am not in that business. The single front wheel is not a detriment as it easily exchanges with a narrow front. My SM came with a aftermarket WF that I am replacing with a NF, because the WF needed repairs and destroys the turning radius. But, yours is worth whatever you and the buyer agree on, good luck!

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