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'55 Ford 950

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08-08-2000 03:59:01

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I would like to suprise my husband with a '55 950 row crop tractor I have seen recently. The owner wants $3500 including a rear blade and pull behind mower. The tractor was painted 2 years ago and looks and runs really nice. Does this seem like a reasonable price? And, will the attachments we have for our Jubilee fit this tractor? I would really appreciate some help. Debby.

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Drew / Millington, MI

08-08-2000 18:36:01

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 Re: '55 Ford 950 in reply to Debby, 08-08-2000 03:59:01  
I'm not sure if the row crop model is a versatile as the Jubilee. Doesn't the Jubilee have a wide front end? Someone with more experience than I should comment on the pluses and minuses of the row crop design. (However, I would love to have one.) You are a great wife!

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08-08-2000 23:16:16

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 Re: Re: '55 Ford 950 in reply to Drew / Millington, MI, 08-08-2000 18:36:01  
Well, being a row-crop, it has adjustable rear wheels, more useful for farming.

But I never would have thought of that, my 960 has a Shwartz wide front & I just think of them being that way. :)


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08-09-2000 04:01:27

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 Re: Re: Re: '55 Ford 950 in reply to paul, 08-08-2000 23:16:16  
I am just curious. How difficult is it to find / install the wide front end on the 950 / 960? I know enough about the 950 to say that her price seems in the ballpark. But if they chose to switch to the wide front end, how available are the kits and how hard are they to install?

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08-10-2000 00:14:40

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: '55 Ford 950 in reply to Rich, 08-09-2000 04:01:27  
Easy to install it looks like, mine keeps the same power steering & all.

I think they are a bit of a search to come by, look through the salvage yards.


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Jim K

08-08-2000 16:12:37

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 Re: '55 Ford 950 in reply to Debby, 08-08-2000 03:59:01  
Hi Debby what a nice present that will make.
You must be related to my wife. She's allways bringing me home some kind of new toy.
Jim K

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08-08-2000 13:13:58

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 Re: '55 Ford 950 in reply to Debby, 08-08-2000 03:59:01  
Hey, sounds great to me!
If you guys break up, call me... and bring the tractor, too.

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08-08-2000 11:35:18

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 Re: '55 Ford 950 in reply to Debby, 08-08-2000 03:59:01  
Sounds like a good deal if the tractor runs well. A decent finish mower goes for about $600 used, and maybe a few hundred for a blade. The implements should also work on a jubillee, as both use standard 3 point hitch.

Check out the link below for more info on this series. I think the 950 has live pto which is a great thing. I'm not sure, though.

Sounds like an outstanding suprise for hubby!

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08-08-2000 17:45:16

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 Re: Re: '55 Ford 950 in reply to Leon, 08-08-2000 11:35:18  
Negatory on the live pto, that would be a 960. A 950 has the 172 cu in engine and a 5 speed trans just like the 960, but with a transmission pto.

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08-08-2000 08:56:01

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 Re: '55 Ford 950 in reply to Debby, 08-08-2000 03:59:01  
I like the way you shop!!
My wife just bought me a 8N, although
it wasn't a surprise as I got to shop
for it. The price sounds reasonable.
Sounds like your husband has good taste
in women.
Good Luck!!!

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08-08-2000 04:50:47

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 Re: '55 Ford 950 in reply to Debby, 08-08-2000 03:59:01  
Debby, please contact my wife and explain that it's a GOOD thing to buy tractors and trucks(be sure to mention trucks) for your hubby.

It sounds like you are getting a good price.

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