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1937 Low Radiator G Value?

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Bman

02-14-2013 17:30:06




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Looked at a John Deere 1937 G today. The tractor runs good, paint and tires are good, rear round spokes. Serial number 25XX. Has the original radiator. What is it worth?




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tractorbafoon

02-15-2013 07:36:16




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 Re: 1937 Low Radiator G Value? in reply to Bman, 02-14-2013 17:30:06  
One sold in northern MN within the last 2 years fully restored on cast wheels for $9100, and some sold last year at polks for the $9000 range, and I know of one in indiana completely restored they have wanted $12,500 for a long time and arent getting it. I paid $8500 for mine unrestored and running.



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FactoryFarmer

02-15-2013 15:29:53




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 Re: 1937 Low Radiator G Value? in reply to tractorbafoon, 02-15-2013 07:36:16  
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Those are really the numbers that I wanted to throw out there but I didn't want to get flamed. Detwhilers really killed the low radiator G market IMO since alot of them now are reproductions and not originals.



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bman

02-15-2013 13:08:44




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 Re: 1937 Low Radiator G Value? in reply to tractorbafoon, 02-15-2013 07:36:16  
For the prices you quoted were any of the G's on factory round spokes? Also, did all of the tractors still have the low radiator?



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tractorbafoon

02-16-2013 09:56:26




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 Re: 1937 Low Radiator G Value? in reply to bman, 02-15-2013 13:08:44  
They were on cast wheels and yes had the low radiators, never been converted.



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Mike M

02-15-2013 06:07:50




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 Re: 1937 Low Radiator G Value? in reply to Bman, 02-14-2013 17:30:06  
I think someone has been making repop radiators for those and the value of them has dropped some. Might be hard to tell an original low radiator from a repop low radiator ?



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JohnDeereJimOhio

02-15-2013 05:24:05




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 Re: 1937 Low Radiator G Value? in reply to Bman, 02-14-2013 17:30:06  
I know where there is one locally with an expo quality restoration with correct rubber wheels and a perfect set of steel wheels for front and back i think he wants in the neighborhood of 12-15 for it... I would like one because they are getting harder to find.. and having the factory default makes for a better story than just having a john deere G.



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FactoryFarmer

02-14-2013 19:29:35




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 Re: 1937 Low Radiator G Value? in reply to Bman, 02-14-2013 17:30:06  
Thats a tough one. On one hand it is worth something but on the other hand it is a very limited market. There are not as many guys now as there was 5-10 years ago that want them.

When you say paint and tires are good, do you mean it was restored recently?



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Bman

02-14-2013 19:33:15




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 Re: 1937 Low Radiator G Value? in reply to FactoryFarmer, 02-14-2013 19:29:35  
Yes restored maybe 10 years ago.



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Earl-IL

02-14-2013 18:25:35




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 Re: 1937 Low Radiator G Value? in reply to Bman, 02-14-2013 17:30:06  
"G" serial number starts at 1000



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