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Re: going price on H's ?

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10-14-2013 06:47:56

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I must not be looking in the right places for tractors then. Based on what I've read in the previous posts, a decent, running H should be somewhere around $1000... give or take. I was in West-Central Indiana at a Flea Market over the weekend and saw 2 x 1939's (both for $1800+), 1 x 1940 ($2500) and a 1948 with a 2 row mounted picker ($3500). None of these were in any kind of shape to be anywhere near that price. Bad rubber, missing parts, all 6 volt, would seriously doubt if they ran either. Seems way too much, unless I'm missing something about the early H's..


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10-14-2013 10:17:27

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 Re: going price on H's ? in reply to bassmasta76, 10-14-2013 06:47:56  
I would be going to auctions plus check the ads in the local city and farm papers plus check Craigslist. Like others have said that, yes, they have the high asking prices but the owners very seldom receive those prices. Sometimes you have to play hardball and be willing to hurt a few feelings (but not be obnoxious) by fanning out your offer in cash and see if they take it. If they do not take it or are not willing to negotiate then walk away. I know 1939 and early 1940 H's have a little more value to collectors but H's are so common place that somebody has a 1939 that is not really concerned about the collectors. It's just another H to them. It might take me a month or two to get it but I know I can find a good but not fancy H for 800 dollars.

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