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'54 Ford NAA value

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Mike Palmer

05-09-2002 07:47:22

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What is a '54 Ford NAA worth? Is in good condition and still runs and works well. Located in northern CA

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05-09-2002 12:40:24

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 Re: '54 Ford NAA value in reply to Mike Palmer, 05-09-2002 07:47:22  
Mike; I don't care what some book says, it will be a "hot" day in----when I pay $3800 for a tractor that is close to 50 yrs old! It is just not worth it, that is if you want to get some "work" done with it. I know this will give some "heart burn", but just my $.02 worth......

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Mr. Tracthrob

05-09-2002 21:13:04

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 Re: Re: '54 Ford NAA value in reply to Van(WA), 05-09-2002 12:40:24  
Altho I would not pay that price I challenge anyone to come up with a machine that can do HALF the work for that price. By the way,around here a good NAA sells for about $1800.For those of you who have never operated a "little" ford I gotta tell ya the trannys on them are almost like synchro and with a little practice you can go to any gear on the go.How about 4th to 1st.Sure but why? And also you can use the excellant brakes and steering to get turned around FAST.

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05-10-2002 04:42:40

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 Re: Re: Re: '54 Ford NAA value in reply to Mr. Tracthrob, 05-09-2002 21:13:04  
I would agree. I have about $2,100 into my Jubilee. It looks new, runs new, is easy to steer (even w/o PS), can turn on a dime, has live hydraulics, runs a 6' finish mower with ease, can pull a 2-bottom plow without any problem, runs a 5' rottotiller to leave a perfectly smooth finish, runs a 5' hog as if it is not there, costs next to nothing to run and maintain, and it is amazing the stares and words of appreciation that you get as you operate it. I drive it in a parade and many, many people come up to me to say how much they like the looks of the tractor that is "50 years" old. Where else can you buy a machine that will appreciate in value while the same time can perform like that?

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05-09-2002 09:19:16

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 Re: '54 Ford NAA value in reply to Mike Palmer, 05-09-2002 07:47:22  
According to the 2002 Used Tractor Price Guide the 54 NAA lists at $1870 in poor condition to $3870 in premium condition, these prices are less the costs of any needed repairs. Premium condition is defined as a tractor with no mechanical problems with straight sheet metal with good paint, but not necessarily in show condition. Good luck.

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05-09-2002 08:17:57

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 Re: '54 Ford NAA value in reply to Mike Palmer, 05-09-2002 07:47:22  
Mike, here in Iowa they bring around $3850. Just depends on the shape of the tractor, And how bad you want it.

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Ted Neis

11-23-2004 07:13:40

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 Re: Re: '54 Ford NAA value in reply to John, 05-09-2002 08:17:57  
I have seen NAA's go for $3500 in fair shape in Colorado. I think that is to high, but as far as $1800 being to high. I think it is a bargan, kids pay twice that much for custom tires and wheels for a pickup that depreciates and they will never recover that cost. A restored NAA will always be worth a good price and should be.
Just my two cents worth.

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