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FORD 1903-1953 GOLDEN JUBILEE TRACTOR QUESTION

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mazdman

08-12-2008 23:19:04
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Hi,

I'm new here & was wondering if someone could help me out? My grandfather passed away & has an unrestored, but in generally excellent condition Ford tractor. The emblem on the front is inscribed with the years 1903 - 1953 w/ "Golden Jubilee Edition" in a circular fashion around the Ford script. I was wondering what this tractor is worth, as some neighbors want to buy it & I want to make sure I'm getting a fair value for it. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Dean

08-13-2008 10:09:39
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 Re: FORD 1903-1953 GOLDEN JUBILEE TRACTOR QUESTION in reply to mazdman, 08-12-2008 23:19:04  
MM:

1953 NAAs (Jubilees) are common. In my area an unrestored Jubilee in good running condition usually sells in the $1500-$3500 range depending upon mostly cosmetic condition.

Dean



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mazdman

08-13-2008 08:26:10
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 Re: FORD 1903-1953 GOLDEN JUBILEE TRACTOR QUESTION in reply to souNdguy, 08-12-2008 23:19:04  

36 coupe said: (quoted from post at 07:51:51 08/13/08) Why not keep it.I have my dads tool box and table saw, an Edison phonograph and a music box.They are priceless.


Because A) I don't need another tractor, B) I am an automotive engineer who tunes & modifies cars & I already have (4) & no room in the garage for more stuff & C) I am not the only inheritor & therefore don't have sole rights to the tractor. I just want to help my family out, that's all.

I have a bunch of pics of the tractor & did track down the NAA part of the serial # on the web, the only problem is I moved out of state & just returned from the farm, so I can't check it again myself.

The tractor is a single owner, bought new by my grandfather for farm use & as a kid I used to ride on the fender w/ my feet on the axle as we mowed hay, etc. He was a down to earth, hard working type of guy, so I don't think he changed the emblem on the front, as he probably couldn't care less about it.

Anyways, I thank everybody for their help.

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awhtx

08-13-2008 16:09:45
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 Re: FORD 1903-1953 GOLDEN JUBILEE TRACTOR QUESTION in reply to mazdman, 08-13-2008 08:26:10  
I don't doubt that your grandfather bought it new but without a receipt, invoice or other proof it's just a story. As they say in my other hobby- "buy the gun- not the story".
Here in Texas an average Jubilee is worth $2000, + or - a few $$$ depending on condition. Only a collector looking for an unbutchered Jubilee to restore would pay top dollar.



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souNdguy

08-13-2008 11:55:02
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 Re: FORD 1903-1953 GOLDEN JUBILEE TRACTOR QUESTION in reply to mazdman, 08-13-2008 08:26:10  
Well.. if you are gonna sell it.. it sure don't hurt to ID it correctly with the sn... the buyer at least deserves that.

I can't tell you how many jubilee's I've looked at that were only NAA..

soundguy



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old

08-13-2008 08:25:21
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 Re: FORD 1903-1953 GOLDEN JUBILEE TRACTOR QUESTION in reply to mazdman, 08-12-2008 23:19:04  
Why aren't you keeping it. I have my grand fathers 1935 JD-B and yes it has a price tag on it. $100,000 not a penny less. Its part of your family heritage and is price less



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souNdguy

08-13-2008 05:38:24
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 Re: FORD 1903-1953 GOLDEN JUBILEE TRACTOR QUESTION in reply to mazdman, 08-12-2008 23:19:04  
I'd keep it.. but if you do want to sell it, verify what it really is.

From 53 thru 62, ford tractors used those round nose medalions.. and they all fit... lotsa times the wrong medalion is put on to fill the hole.

If it really is a naa/jubilee, then check the bellhousing aft of the starter and there will be an angular boss there with a SN starting with NAA.. post it for us. ( early units had the sn on the top / front left side of the engine ).

Also, the rear axles will have big nuts on the outside of the hub... later hundred series units had no axle nuts.. etc.

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pics will help determin value, as it may have extra options like dealer ad on pre/post trannies.. etc.

In general terma.. a running NAA goes in the 2000-3000$ range.. give or take..

soundguy

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36 coupe

08-13-2008 03:51:51
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 Re: FORD 1903-1953 GOLDEN JUBILEE TRACTOR QUESTION in reply to mazdman, 08-12-2008 23:19:04  
Why not keep it.I have my dads tool box and table saw, an Edison phonograph and a music box.They are priceless.



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