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Re: Looking to start collecting

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01-27-2008 20:29:56

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Travis what you say should be correct, but it's not.

Don't know how long you have been collecting.

I have been at it about 25 years now.

Anything that has been reproduced in the last 10 years has driven down the price on the orginals built in the 60s and 70s.

Example: I bought a Farmall 560 built in the 60's in about 1992 for $175 in good condition.

I can buy all the 1962 built 560s I want today for 90 to 125 dollars.

People are buying the reproductions for less money and no one wants the orginals any longer.

Maybe the orginals will go back up but they aren't yet.


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03-11-2008 19:45:46

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 Re: Looking to start collecting in reply to IaGary, 01-27-2008 20:29:56  
Gary, you are quite correct on the originals being affected. I"ve heard the 66 IH tractors from the 1970s are really falling off too. Not surprising to me though with the versions done in the 1990s and more recently again.

There are a few tractors where just too many have been made, like the John Deere A, Farmall M & Oliver 770. All are considered classics by most but people will only want to buy so many at a certain price.

Just about any Allis-Chalmers toys are doing quite well, the best prices I"ve seen, though I"ve only beeen in it seriously for 9 years.

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