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B Fred TX

01-18-2001 05:29:17

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I'm looking for some help in placing a value on an FE35. SN 108075. It belonged to the Father of a good family friend. He passed away two years ago and his widow is wanting to sell it. I'd like to give her a fair price. These seem to be rare in Texas so I can't find a comparison.

It hasn't been run in over two years. It's been sitting out in a field. It looks fairly complete. It's missing the large center guage, which I'm guessing was a tach. The rubber is good. The tin is in good shape other than surface rust and badly in need of paint. I don't know if the engine will turn over. It's missing the battery and I'm not sure if it's 6V or 12V.

It also has some implements. A 5 ft shredder, but the deck is rusted through, a 4ft disc, and a turning plow.

I'd appreciate any insight into establishing a value. Thanks in advance for your help.

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Mike Leggett

01-21-2001 05:51:30

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 Re: '48 FE35 - What's it worth? in reply to B Fred TX, 01-18-2001 05:29:17  
If it's a diesel then it's a 12 volt which was run by two 6 volt batteries, one under the hood and one behind your foot on the rear axle. It is probably worth between $3000 to $4000 American.
Hope this helps.
Mike Leggett

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01-18-2001 20:21:26

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 Re: '48 FE35 - What's it worth? in reply to B Fred TX, 01-18-2001 05:29:17  
That serial No would belong to a 1958 FE 35.

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