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Ferguson 30

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10-17-2012 04:38:52

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Checking out dumpsites for a job coming up. At an old farm with a least 15 tractors milled about. One was a Ferguson 30. Sheet metal was straight, had a alternator so its been converted to 12 V. tires were in bad shape. Two older brothers - late 70's early 80's are owners. From what I found out they buy old farm equip and then park it. Think it might be hard to convince them to sell but was thinking of offering $500. what do you guys think?

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Elvin Frank

10-17-2012 17:18:52

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 Re: Ferguson 30 in reply to tcarlson, 10-17-2012 04:38:52  
just my opinion but the block is most probably cracked between the cylinders i have 3 blocks off of 30's and they are all cracked hope yours isn't good luck

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10-17-2012 05:03:20

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 Re: Ferguson 30 in reply to tcarlson, 10-17-2012 04:38:52  
less unless it's minty with lotsa good stuff on it like good tires.

500$is my top end # for a non runner. on rare occasion, a more rare unit with perfect externasl, might fetch a lil more.. just for part value.. but usually 300-500 for a good looking non runner that ain't stuck

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