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Re: Saw TO 20 sell

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06-30-2013 06:59:02

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I picked up a Fergy 30 with a Howard at an auction a few years back. Decent paint, ran, one rear tire munched up. Paid $900 for it. Then I added a Howard tiller to the back of it and sold it off. God blessed me that day. Made a bit of a financial profit on it.
Now to sell off 7 out of 10 tractors around here currently.

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06-30-2013 08:31:12

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 Re: Saw TO 20 sell in reply to Bruce(OR), 06-30-2013 06:59:02  
I'm guessing that's where you caught the "bug".

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06-30-2013 17:39:52

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 Re: Saw TO 20 sell in reply to 2tractors, 06-30-2013 08:31:12  
The bug bit me after the second machine showed up. Sold that onme and then another came. Currently I am buying machines under $1,000 generally not running with good to new rear rubber. 8N good rubber, sheet metal and paint was 600. 8N script, good rubber over drive Sherman was 350. Fergy TO35 non runner, good rear rubber was 500. TO-30 very nice sheetmetal, busted head was 400. I still need a head for the TO-30.
9N showed up, new rubber, (1) '39 smooth axle, ugly everything else, I got self suckered into 600. Those were the past few machines to show up. Oh yeah, $300 for my Ford 801 diesel with Select-o-speed. That is getting kept with her Fergy 48 gears TO-20 and the rotten orange interloper. The fun never stops!

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