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Re: Ford 6000- what is it worth?

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08-09-2010 18:37:11

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Unfortunately, it appears that they are really not worth jack-squat. I"ve seen them sell semi-often for between $1,500 and $3,000. And, that is in running and working condition, no less! What"s odd is that even at that low of pricing, they still are not fast movers.

I"ve seen some nutty folks asking more than $3,000 but they never seem to sell. I know where there is one with a loader and a backhoe on it right now, and the guy is asking $4,000 for it. Now that seems right reasonable for a good working diesel Tractor/Loader/Backhoe, but what do I know? LOL. Anyhow, it"s been for sale all spring and summer long. Appears that nobody wants it! Guess maybe it"s because people are deathly afraid of the Select-O-Speed transmissions. That, and perhaps the fact that they are kind of big clumsy tractors for only being a 60hp tractor. Personally, I think they were/are good tractors. We used to have one back in the 1980"s. Only sold it because we needed a tractor that size (60hp) with a loader, so we sold our Ford 6000 diesel "cause we bought another tractor at an auction with a loader on it already.

I"d be willing to gamble and give you $500 for your tractor, assuming that the only real problem with it is that it needs the injection pump rebuilt. Not a penny more though, "cause once I get the pump rebuilt and replaced and get her up and running again... I"ll be darn near what that "ole tractor is worth!

Let me know. ~ AJ

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J. Fisher

08-09-2010 19:50:10

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 Re: Ford 6000- what is it worth? in reply to SuperTurboDiesel, 08-09-2010 18:37:11  
I have had a good time with this tractor. All I used it for was planting deer feeder plots and plowing the driveway. It is a big beast for that, especially with the rear tires loaded with weight. I have had it since 2002. I will keep your offer in mind and let you know. I am in St. Johns, Michigan. Not sure where you are located.

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