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Alec

02-10-2013 18:30:20




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Does anyonehave any clues as to the value of a "56 TO 35, complete but rough and not running?




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Inno

02-12-2013 14:41:25




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 Re: ferguson 35 in reply to Alec, 02-10-2013 18:30:20  
Can you at least do a compression check before making an offer......don't go as far as getting it running, that will only increase it's value.
I'm wondering why the owner doesn't get it running to get more money for it. Either it has something major wrong or they can't be bothered. Either way, before offering on a non running machine I'd spend some time and test some things if they will let you.

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Alec

02-12-2013 20:36:32




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 Re: ferguson 35 in reply to Inno, 02-12-2013 14:41:25  
This is A salvage yard. They don't work on anything.



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miner09

02-12-2013 10:43:09




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 Re: ferguson 35 in reply to Alec, 02-10-2013 18:30:20  
Shows to be a 1955.



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miner09

02-12-2013 10:42:18




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 Re: ferguson 35 in reply to Alec, 02-10-2013 18:30:20  
Shows to be a 1955.



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Alec

02-11-2013 18:14:53




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 Re: ferguson 35 in reply to Alec, 02-10-2013 18:30:20  
The serial # is 140194. Now that you mention it I can't remember any prefix like my '59 has. It looks about like that picture but the tires are not much. The engine feels pretty good but it hasn't run for a long time. Wonder why...



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miner09

02-12-2013 10:45:40




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 Re: ferguson 35 in reply to Alec, 02-11-2013 18:14:53  
Since you work there can't you get it for junk iron prices?



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Alec

02-12-2013 20:38:55




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 Re: ferguson 35 in reply to miner09, 02-12-2013 10:45:40  
No such luck.



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Boss Hog

02-11-2013 17:46:35




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 Re: ferguson 35 in reply to Alec, 02-10-2013 18:30:20  
Off the top of y head I'd say somewhere between $500 and $1,000. Maybe towards the high end if it has good tries and a 2 stage clutch.
The "not running" part really kills the value.



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Miner09

02-11-2013 10:48:40




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 Re: ferguson 35 in reply to Alec, 02-10-2013 18:30:20  

Its worth what you think it"s worth.How close is it to you and what it will cost to get running.How bad do you want it? I just bought a 56 PS, new tires and run fair.Gave $1200 which I thought was little high. It was what I was looking for and there is not a lot around for sale.



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2tractors

02-11-2013 05:48:57




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 Re: ferguson 35 in reply to Alec, 02-10-2013 18:30:20  
My 56 came out of Fla. and I paid 600 with a busted steering sector and I've probably got another 800 in it for missing sheet metal and a front tire and a breather and a fluid change and lights and a oil guage and a temp gauge and and--.But it runs great and has 140 compression, 40lbs. oil pressure dual clutch, came with new rear tires,is a better tractor than my 57 35 which has a new rebuilt engine. I think it's now worth 3500.

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Bruce(OR)

02-10-2013 21:44:26




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 Re: ferguson 35 in reply to Alec, 02-10-2013 18:30:20  
Currently have 9 machines in my life and no room for the $1500 "TO-30" thyat just popped up for sale with the second transmission handle. (which makes it a TO-35). I sent the owner a msg informing him of the listing error and to oow a price. No change. And with 9 machines, the wife say's "NO!" (That was TWO tractors ago.) God Willing, Time to delete some inventory.



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Inno

02-10-2013 20:55:44




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 Re: ferguson 35 in reply to Alec, 02-10-2013 18:30:20  
There are a LOT of variables. Depends on what "rough" means, depends on which engine, depends on what is wrong with the engine, depends on tires, depends on drivetrain (dual clutch etc.), depends on location, depends on the market, depends on the price of scrap metal in your area, etc. etc. etc.
With that said, they seem to sell complete and working properly between $3000 and $4000(for a very nice one). I paid $1700 for a 1959 with dual clutch, Z134 engine, good tires, relatively complete with front end loader and working 3 pt.
I am now putting approximately another $1000 - $1500 into it to correct parts of it which were neglected over the years and make it a reliable work machine for me. This is in no way addressing cosmetics such as tin work and paint, just to make it reliable, minimize leaks and make it work for years to come. So now I'm into the area of what they seem to sell for complete and working, but I know what I've put into mine, often you have no idea if someone did a complete rebuild or splashed a coat of paint on it. My choice is to buy one cheaper and fix it up if you plan to use it 'cause it's certainly not a money maker!
This post was edited by Inno at 20:56:57 02/10/13.

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Jason S.

02-10-2013 18:44:17




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 Re: ferguson 35 in reply to Alec, 02-10-2013 18:30:20  
A lot of it will depend on the condition of the tires and whether it has live power or not.



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McBride

02-10-2013 18:39:46




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 Re: ferguson 35 in reply to Alec, 02-10-2013 18:30:20  
Whatever the price per pound of scrap steel in your area is.



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Richard L

02-10-2013 19:06:29




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 Re: ferguson 35 in reply to McBride, 02-10-2013 18:39:46  
Sounds like someone doesn't like 1956 TO 35s. Hey I may offer twice the price of scrap for starters. If you look at it send me the serial number and the prefix letters please. Thank you



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