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Re: going price on H's ?

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rankrank1

10-12-2013 17:47:09
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Farmall h is the Rodney Dangerfield of tractors - They get no respect.

That said, they should sell for more than they do. They are very reliable, quite fuel efficient (for a gasser), and frequently outwork their rated hp.

No way would I part with my ole 1951 Farmall h for a piddly $600-$800. Frankly, I like it so well that I likely will never ever part with it at all. I even splurged and installed a used 3pt hitch kit on it - like it even better now.

Might as well work your parade queen h some - its not like working it will devalue it any at all. Although, the scratches might be disturbing to yah nonetheless.
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10-12-2013 19:16:26
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 Re: going price on H's ? in reply to rankrank1, 10-12-2013 17:47:09  
H's get plenty of respect but the cold hard fact is there is a very ample supply for the demand out there. The OP also said the tractor was in its work clothes plus the owner did not provide any proof of any recent repairs done plus the tires were adequate as opposed to new. Nobody would pay 1500 dollars for such a H here.



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10-12-2013 18:11:09
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 Re: going price on H's ? in reply to rankrank1, 10-12-2013 17:47:09  
the parade queen gets light work.

she has a drag made up of old tries that i use to bust up horse apples inthe pasture. I don't drive her in any weeds or anything that might scratch or dent her though. only finished pasture. :)



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