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Ferguson 35

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Old8guy

02-05-2014 16:40:37
69.154.241.88



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I have a chance to pic up an F35 sitting in overgrown weeds. Since I don"t know anything about Fergies, I came here for a quick education. LOL

It has A 3 Speed tranny With H-S-L and excellent sheet metal, but bad tires. The left fender has built-in tool box and the rear wheels are the spin adjustable type.

My questions are what is the year and would you pay $200 for a tractor you knew nothing about?

THANKS for all your help.

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jon

02-06-2014 14:46:41
68.189.148.114



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 Re: Ferguson 35 in reply to Old8guy, 02-05-2014 16:40:37  
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He's only asking $200 & you made him an offer??

Dang man, that's just mean! :P



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soundguy

02-06-2014 12:21:58
207.30.46.70



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 Re: Ferguson 35 in reply to Old8guy, 02-05-2014 16:40:37  
hqard to go wron at 200$ if it isn't a rusty mess.



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jennifer408

02-06-2014 09:08:07
67.142.162.25



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 Re: Ferguson 35 in reply to Old8guy, 02-05-2014 16:40:37  
i agree with jerrybigrig. i think you should give me the contact info and let me look at it first :)



after all my TO-35 could use a twin



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Old8guy

02-06-2014 14:18:20
69.154.246.203



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 Re: Ferguson 35 in reply to jennifer408, 02-06-2014 09:08:07  
jennifer408. As I can remember it looks almost to be in the shape as your pic. But tires are totaled, and one headlight is hanging. I should be hearing from him this weekend with his answer to my offer. At which time I will post pics. Thanks to all for your time and input.



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Tracy Brown

02-06-2014 05:44:25
192.208.128.64



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 Re: Ferguson 35 in reply to Old8guy, 02-05-2014 16:40:37  
I think you need to just walk away and not waste your money

(Where did you say it was)...



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s19438

02-06-2014 04:25:05
108.36.215.249



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 Re: Ferguson 35 in reply to Old8guy, 02-05-2014 16:40:37  
if you buy it and decide to part it out I could use the fuel line from carb to gas tank.



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Kirk-NJ

02-06-2014 01:29:44
184.6.216.141



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 Re: Ferguson 35 in reply to Old8guy, 02-05-2014 16:40:37  
Yes I would pay it. For $200 even with a cracked engine(which the TOs are known for) it's worth more in parts and scrap. For that price you can't beat it.
Kirk



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s19438

02-06-2014 01:28:45
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 Re: Ferguson 35 in reply to Old8guy, 02-05-2014 16:40:37  
knowing its color may or may not help if it has been re-painted. with hi/lo trans it is most likely a 35 of some sort
diesel or gas?
pwr steering?



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Colin King

02-05-2014 19:06:43
67.233.242.45



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 Re: Ferguson 35 in reply to Old8guy, 02-05-2014 16:40:37  
$200 bucks! Holy buckets! If I knew where that tractor was I sure wouldn't be sitting in front of the computer. Grab it before the seller realizes their foolishness.

I don't know anything about Fergies, but a non running N in my neck of the woods is generally north of $500.
Colin, MN



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Royse

02-05-2014 18:37:00
69.36.49.186



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 Re: Ferguson 35 in reply to Old8guy, 02-05-2014 16:40:37  
Unfortunately no, not enough information there.

TO-35 was 1954-1960 and then the F35 from '60-'65 I believe.

If that narrows it down any.



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Tom Bowman

02-05-2014 17:59:29
70.195.3.48



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 Re: Ferguson 35 in reply to Old8guy, 02-05-2014 16:40:37  
Is it a TO-35 or an FE-35?

Sounds like a heck of a deal, either way.

(Got a picture?)



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Royse

02-05-2014 17:06:53
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 Re: Ferguson 35 in reply to Old8guy, 02-05-2014 16:40:37  
It would be worth that and then some, in parts.

If you're going to fix it, you already know what tires cost.

So once you find out what's wrong you could decide
whether to fix it or part it.

That's what I would do. A $200 gamble, knowing I could part it.



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Old8guy

02-05-2014 17:51:58
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 Re: Ferguson 35 in reply to Royse, 02-05-2014 17:06:53  
Royse,
That"s kind of what I was thinking. Do you know the year with this little info and no serial #? THANKS



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Jerrybigrig

02-05-2014 16:57:15
66.87.88.236



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 Re: Ferguson 35 in reply to Old8guy, 02-05-2014 16:40:37  
Uuimmm... Where did you say its at ???? ..I,ll take a look at it for ya and let ya know if your waisting your money.



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howdy1960

02-05-2014 17:58:05
173.191.200.92



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 Re: Ferguson 35 in reply to Jerrybigrig, 02-05-2014 16:57:15  
Yea right!!! lmao



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