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tractornutjd

03-27-2014 11:40:51
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Hi, new to this forum and have never had a Minneapolis Moline. What should I look for on this tractor? Has been sitting for 15yrs? What are they worth? How hard are parts ro find? Thanks

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KCTractors

03-28-2014 14:28:24
166.181.80.204



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 Re: 670 super gas in reply to tractornutjd, 03-27-2014 11:40:51  
What kind of Ford is that next to it?



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MM diesel

03-28-2014 10:11:40
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 Re: 670 super gas in reply to tractornutjd, 03-27-2014 11:40:51  
I paid $600 for a diesel with a busted crankcase with a connecting rod out the side. But there is lots of usable parts if you have other MM's



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Joe Pro

03-28-2014 05:09:04
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 Re: 670 super gas in reply to tractornutjd, 03-27-2014 11:40:51  
Looks like a mid 1968 to me, has the (last) newer style seat, but open center hyd. That oil pressure switch is correct for a gauge to be used. From 66 to 69 they used an electric oil pressure gauge and from 69 to 70 they used a light. ....Where is it located at, I'm just asking because there is snow on the ground!! I wouldn't pay a penny more than $1250, $1000 is more what I'm thinking.



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tractotnutjd

03-29-2014 04:51:41
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 Re: 670 super gas in reply to Joe Pro, 03-28-2014 05:09:04  
Central new york state. Locals say it was parked about 15 years ago with no problems, owner passed, went to probate etc new owner never touched ir and lives in nyc we think, tring to track him down



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Alan K

03-29-2014 09:03:36
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 Re: 670 super gas in reply to tractotnutjd, 03-29-2014 04:51:41  
Hope you can get it. Would be neat looking all fixed up. Sometimes owners just park a tractor because its "tired" or they think it is and buy another one figuring it will be cheaper. A person never thinks you would find a 3020 or 4020 JD parked somewhere...



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Klw445

03-28-2014 09:09:17
174.241.96.28



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 Re: 670 super gas in reply to Joe Pro, 03-28-2014 05:09:04  
Thanks joe pro. Can't seem to keep those subtle changes straight. I agree on your pricing...considering the unknown.



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Klw445

03-28-2014 03:55:14
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 Re: 670 super gas in reply to tractornutjd, 03-27-2014 11:40:51  
I agree that there is a fair amount of value in the tires and dual speed Pto, but I would guess this tractor was parked because something broke that was expensive to fix (don't want you to think that you are going to put fresh gas and a battery in and have a field worthy tractor). I would bet on at least one cracked head and the gas heads are getting tough to find. Seems like someone switched the dash out...notice the clutch switch and oil pressure sensor (to idiot light) but it has a full set of gauges...maybe I'm confused. All that being said...the M670 is one of MM's best tractors, so it would be great if someone could save it.

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MMDan

03-28-2014 06:33:15
98.16.134.245



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 Re: 670 super gas in reply to Klw445, 03-28-2014 03:55:14  
Two quick comments. Dash looks just like the one on my U-302 Super (white face gauges) and the spot on the upper left corner is the hole where the cigarette lighter goes (not an idiot light). Hard to make out clearly but it looks like the heads are different shades of yellow like one has been changed at some time.



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black

03-27-2014 17:03:02
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 Re: 670 super gas in reply to tractornutjd, 03-27-2014 11:40:51  
I would by it before the scrap man does -- offer him just a tad over scrap price -- the tires are worth it .good luck and have fun . To me the fun lies in the Thrill of the Chase



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G1355

03-27-2014 13:34:33
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 Re: 670 super gas in reply to tractornutjd, 03-27-2014 11:40:51  
Those back tires look like there new, like Alan said grab it if you can.



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Alan K

03-27-2014 12:59:41
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 Re: 670 super gas in reply to tractornutjd, 03-27-2014 11:40:51  
I would grab that one. It has the dual pto. Looks to be a 1968-early 1969 model. I have a 1966 model and love it. Power steering and torque are two things to look at but cant really tell until it is runnable. Both of those things can be fixed. Most parts are available. Good running ones usually run around $4,000-6,000. Is it stuck or does it turn over?



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tractotnutjd

03-27-2014 14:55:07
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 Re: 670 super gas in reply to Alan K, 03-27-2014 12:59:41  

Couldn't find owner so didn't what to spend to much time there. Trying to contact owner but he lives about3.5 hours away, I am hoping its for sale

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