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1932 Huber tractor value????

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Andrew Kappers

04-24-2011 15:47:06

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Theres an older lady I know and her husband passed a way a few years ago. In the garage is sitting a 1932 Huber tractor. It is loose but hasnt run in a few years. It has a Waukesha engine, Model: VIK21C- 41/2 x 51/4, No. 420223-376, Gov Speed 1200RPM, Pat. No. 1421440, engine numbers 31020A, Alloy211, Chg20787, E77. Looking for more info on this tractor and how much it is worth. Thanks.

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04-26-2011 12:48:54

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 Re: 1932 Huber tractor value???? in reply to Andrew Kappers, 04-24-2011 15:47:06  
Well, there used to, but it comes up as site suspended...a quick Googling doesn't bring up any Huber club or group, which's unusual...
If nothing more helpful comes up here, you may have to become your own detective: run the archives here for, and contact, other Huber owners who may be able to advise or refer you to actual sales recently, auctions or private (some have commented the tractor market is down with the general downturn)...
Ditto the other old-tractor forums: smokstak, tractorbynet etc with old tractor forums...
There's a Huber Museum in Marion, Ohio, where they were built; the museum and/or local tractor clubs there might be helpful...there's a nice Huber history on, of course, obtain several opinions before selling. Good luck

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