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Re: John Deere A value

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07-23-2013 14:27:56

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Judging by the auction at the NY Expo this year. Maybe a $1000 and will be less next year. Unless the tractor is rare or can earn it's living with live pto, live hydraulics , three point hitch and fit into a standard automotive garage . It's just an old tractor. There are more collections being broken up and sold at estate sales now than are collections being assembled.

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07-24-2013 05:49:49

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 Re: John Deere A value in reply to buickanddeere, 07-23-2013 14:27:56  
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after years of anything Green bringing big $, things sure are changing here (WNY)

local auction 2 weeks ago

decent late styled B, ran, with good tires went for $950

I already have it's mirror image at home and had bought a tractor already at the auction, so I had to let it pass....but it was tough

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07-23-2013 14:47:11

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 Re: John Deere A value in reply to buickanddeere, 07-23-2013 14:27:56  
Sad ain't it. It has come to a time on the planet that no longer produced machines are going the way of 'Honest' politicians.

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