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Whats more popular MM V or Avery V?

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02-26-2014 17:29:50

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What is more popular the MM V or the Avery V how much is a good one with cultivator worth? Thanks again.

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Stan Rigney

02-28-2014 16:46:21

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 Re: Whats more popular MM V or Avery V? in reply to bv, 02-26-2014 17:29:50  
I don't know about which is more popular. In my area (coastal south) it is much more about what is available. Not many of either one, I only know of one other Avery V besides mine and no MM V at all in this area. Most of these tractors and equipment was scrapped years ago. I got a complete non-runner tractor (which turned out to be broken/stuck valves) and cultivator frames but no plows at a scrap dealer for $600. It had a broken front axle which I have repaired. I thought it was worth the price.

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Stan Rigney

02-28-2014 16:49:23

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 Re: Whats more popular MM V or Avery V? in reply to Stan Rigney, 02-28-2014 16:46:21  
Forgot to add: I also have a 1953 MM BG (offset drive) which I plan to restore. Only one I have ever seen besides some photos.

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02-26-2014 19:06:17

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 Re: Whats more popular MM V or Avery V? in reply to bv, 02-26-2014 17:29:50  
Go to the TRU-Draft registry and they have the serial number list there.

I assume its complete, I know some of the published BG serial lists are not.

As far as what one is worth. Location and condition are considerations. Mom gave $500 for hers back in the "90s, in central NC. It Had front cultivator frames, but no plows. But today four good tires that look o.k. and hold air would be nearly $1000 regardless of which tractor is on them.

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