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1/16 FFA tractor

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Happy Deere

06-30-2008 18:01:13

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hello i purchased the FFA tractor a few years ago at tsc its the 3020 one pulled it out of the box and put it on the shelf. when i noticed one of the tires is entirely differnet on the front. its about a 1/4 of an inch smaller than the other. also its about 1/2 as wide. The right front is a 3 rib tire but the left front is smooth rib. now i still have the orignal box unharmed and was wondering should i put her back or leave it out didnt know is it was worth any money any help would be appreciated i could post pics if neccessary.

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Happy Deere

07-03-2008 16:18:05

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 Re: 1/16 FFA tractor in reply to Happy Deere, 06-30-2008 18:01:13  
its the 2006 ffa tractor it was for the ffa no show you can get them at farm stores around christmas time but myns the only one that has the difference in tire size out of all of them i've seen if you want i could email you a pic

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07-01-2008 05:13:09

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 Re: 1/16 FFA tractor in reply to Happy Deere, 06-30-2008 18:01:13  
If yours was the only one that is put together wrong it may not be worth much more than a regular model of the same.

If several of them were put together wrong it may cause it to be a little more valuable.

What year was that tractor produced and from what show?


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bill mart

09-26-2008 13:56:33

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 Re: 1/16 FFA tractor in reply to IaGary, 07-01-2008 05:13:09  
why would more errors be worth more than a single error? Just wondering. bill m.

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