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Re: MF 135 price?

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mike paulson

03-28-2013 02:23:02
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without seeing it theres now way to tell, paint, sheetmetal is usually the deciding factor when it comes to price, i"ll give you a pointer, people love clean an shiny.




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Stick welding

03-28-2013 15:08:42
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 Re: MF 135 price? in reply to mike paulson, 03-28-2013 02:23:02  
People also think clean and shiny is a way to cover up a problem. Sheet metal is minor as long as it's straight and all there. A good 135 diesel could be anywhere from $3500 to $6000+ depending. Need to know as much info as possible and also some pictures to better give a value.



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03-28-2013 04:46:21
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 Re: MF 135 price? in reply to mike paulson, 03-28-2013 02:23:02  
As other have mentioned the condition of the tractor plays into price a lot. If the tractor is in running condition that would drive the price up. I have bought non running tractors in the past that were running when parked. Sometimes this is true, however not always.
In my opinion a non running MF135 tractor that is in nice cosmetic condition is worth between 1500 - 2000. If the tractor was in running condition the price should be 3500 - 5000. The 3 cylinder perkins is a very good engine. If this engine needs a rebuild including new sleeves, the sleeves will need to be installed by a machine shop. It doesn't take long to spend 1500 in materials and sourced out labor on a major engine rebuild. Good luck, an equal new tractor would cost over 35000.

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