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Re: Gold under Blue Paint?

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John_PA

03-19-2013 14:41:48
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LOL you say gold under blue paint and I think the first thing to come to everyone's mind was a gold demonstrator.
As someone who likes clean and original and loves preserving the original...



No...

They will have to do a lot better than that for $11,500.
1. Seat is not original.

2. fender warning light broken off (how do you break that?!?! it's metal!)

3. muffler (the body is longer than it should be)

4. filthy and undetailed.
I mean, if you are asking a mint for a tractor, make sure the tractor is mint.

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RodInNS

03-19-2013 15:10:23
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 Re: Gold under Blue Paint? in reply to John_PA, 03-19-2013 14:41:48  
To start with.... the fenders are not original to that tractor. It should have the little crown fenders on it, not the 4600's arches. It's also either got an oil bath air cleaner (that was still an option) or the air filter is placed for a gasoline engine as the diesel dry element should have been clearly visible on the right front in the nose.

That said... I did see a 3600 with a loader sell for about that money perhaps 10 years ago. I thought that was crazy at the time but it was a jockey that bought it.

Rod

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Fordfarmer

03-19-2013 15:45:25
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 Re: Gold under Blue Paint? in reply to RodInNS, 03-19-2013 15:10:23  
I can't say 100% for sure, but I think those fenders were available as an option on the 3600. This isn't the first 3600 I've seen with them by any means.



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