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Cubs are great little tractors for cultivating on small farms.
I've had one for about 12 years.
They're a common tractor though, not really any "rare" value.
The lo-boy version is a little less common.
Lots of collectors like them because they're small and easy to transport.
Location and condition, especially tires, would determine the price.
When you say plows, are you talking about moldboard plows or cultivators?
The cultivators sell around here for about $300 in usable shape, not great
shape, so $1000 wouldn't be out of line if you can use it.
I see you're in Florida, I'm in Michigan.
I'm sure prices are different for folks in different parts of the country.
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