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$700 8n

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10-17-2001 13:47:44

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I just called about a 8n, $700. He said it has been sitting but when he ran it last it acted like the engine was binding. Tires are good and shet metel is good. My question is, is a 8n not running worth $700? Thanks Bill

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10-17-2001 18:14:01

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 Re: $700 8n in reply to Bill, 10-17-2001 13:47:44  
BILL you better hurry up!! i'am hookin to the trailer right now!

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I Hate Gas!!!!!!!!!!!

10-17-2001 17:14:49

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 Re: $700 8n in reply to Bill, 10-17-2001 13:47:44  
I'd buy 'em all day long (or at least till my money ran out) for $700 with good tires and metal and I dont even like gas tractors.

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10-17-2001 14:11:29

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 Re: $700 8n in reply to Bill, 10-17-2001 13:47:44  
i seen one that was rolled go for 850..

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10-17-2001 14:11:12

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 Re: $700 8n in reply to Bill, 10-17-2001 13:47:44  
Nope. Definitely not. You don't want it. Tell me where it is and I'll relieve you of the anxiety. Seriously, the tires are worth $300-400 if they are in good shape. A hood will sell for $200-300 in good shape and fenders are about $125-160 each. etc etc etc

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10-17-2001 14:08:52

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 Re: $700 8n in reply to Bill, 10-17-2001 13:47:44  
Sunds ok to me... you could always part it out and make money....If one is so inclined... On the other hand if you needed a rebuilt short block you could buy one for $1400.00..... Or you could rebuild it yourself, if you are so inclined.
Happy Motoring

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