Topic: Re: Very Unusual
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If it is an 8N Ser No 20689, it was built in 1947.
I don't know US prices but 1,800 bucks seems a lot of brass for a tractor in that condition?
Bob in Oz
Re: Very Unusual in reply to Bob (Aust), 08-20-2013 01:26:12
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I agree, Bob.
I check that website occasionally, and the "asking" prices always seem high.
Many/most of the listings are from dealers; in fact, my local John Deere dealer has a 9N Ford listed that looks pretty rough, also with an asking price of $1,800. (If it starts/runs it should sell for about $750.)
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