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1943 Farmall H

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02-03-2013 23:08:33

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I"m wanting to sell my 1943 Farmall H with steel wheels. How much is it currently worth?

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02-05-2013 15:15:43

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 Re: 1943 Farmall H in reply to kateyez3310, 02-03-2013 23:08:33  
Where are you located? I am interested.

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02-04-2013 16:41:20

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 Re: 1943 Farmall H in reply to kateyez3310, 02-03-2013 23:08:33  
A picture or two would certainly help. Price equals condition.

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Harvey 2

02-04-2013 12:47:21

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 Re: 1943 Farmall H in reply to kateyez3310, 02-03-2013 23:08:33  
They usually sell for more than they are worth.
Depends on how much a person wants a lawn ornament, or how bad some one wants to get rid of it.

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02-04-2013 05:31:52

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 Re: 1943 Farmall H in reply to rhtx55, 02-03-2013 23:08:33  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

It ought to be worth between $800 and $900 if it runs and drives okay.

It is too small for Pa Amish because it doesn't have enough power to run stationary equipment.

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02-04-2013 05:28:16

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 Re: 1943 Farmall H in reply to kateyez3310, 02-03-2013 23:08:33  
It is worth less to some because it leaves a path of destruction.

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Zachary Hoyt

02-04-2013 04:44:03

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 Re: 1943 Farmall H in reply to kateyez3310, 02-03-2013 23:08:33  
Much depends on whether it runs and what condition it is in, and location. A picture would help. I do not know that it would be worth more than an H on rubber, at least around here, but I am not sure.

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