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Came across a barn find 1655 diesel, and a 2 62. Should I??

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Nofbdybs

09-07-2013 12:53:29
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Older gentleman in our area is 85, selling off some of his equip.
One is a 1655 diesel. Had 4500hrs. Been sitting, relatively unused for a while. Fresh fuel, though, Cranked right up, sounded strong. Smoked a little. Had new rear tires, wheel weights. Mechanically sound, but what you would expect for a 4500hr tractor( leaking pto seal, leaking hyd, ect). COmplete 3pt. Sheet metal we pretty straight, and still had most of the original paint and warning labels. Old man is not trying to get top $$ for either, said make him an offer.
The 2nd, is, what appears, to be a 2 62 Industrial. Odd duck to me. Had a gas engine, and 3pt. Said it runs, but has carb problems. Im not familiar with this model.
Thoughts? I see 1655s close to this one going for at least $4500, which seems a bit high. Are they holding their value better than I thought?

What should I do??

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This post was edited by Nofbdybs at 13:00:35 09/07/13.

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Witt Oliver Guy

09-08-2013 14:09:22
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 Re: Came across a barn find 1655 diesel, and a 2 62. Should I?? in reply to Nofbdybs, 09-07-2013 12:53:29  
If you happen to offer to buy them both, let me know what you might want for the 2-62. My daughter and son in law live in Jackson, MS. It's not that far...



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johns

09-08-2013 07:18:17
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 Re: Came across a barn find 1655 diesel, and a 2 62. Should I?? in reply to Nofbdybs, 09-07-2013 12:53:29  
I'd offer him 3K for the pair. the diesel is a bonus on the 1655 but its by no means a rare tractor and it will take some money to fix the leaks and do it right. As others mentioned the
2-62 is an industrial version of a 1550/1555. Not too many made but there is not much demand for them.



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Nofbdybs

09-08-2013 07:37:25
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 Re: Came across a barn find 1655 diesel, and a 2 62. Should in reply to johns, 09-08-2013 07:18:17  

johns said: (quoted from post at 07:18:17 09/08/13) I'd offer him 3K for the pair. the diesel is a bonus on the 1655 but its by no means a rare tractor and it will take some money to fix the leaks and do it right. As others mentioned the

2-62 is an industrial version of a 1550/1555. Not too many made but there is not much demand for them.


Im going to offer him 2k for the 1655,mostly because i have no use for it at all.
Still, looking on external_link.com, the cheapest i am seeing a 1655 go for is about 5k,and thats with 11,000hrs.

End game is to clean up the 1655,fix a few things and sell it. Use funds to finance a S88.
This post was edited by Nofbdybs at 08:14:31 09/08/13.

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CumminsMan

09-08-2013 14:39:03
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 Re: Came across a barn find 1655 diesel, and a 2 62. Should in reply to Nofbdybs, 09-08-2013 07:37:25  
@ 2k seems like you are trying to short an old man. Shame.



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Nofbdybs

09-08-2013 15:38:18
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 Re: Came across a barn find 1655 diesel, and a 2 62. Should in reply to CumminsMan, 09-08-2013 14:39:03  

CumminsMan said: (quoted from post at 14:39:03 09/08/13) @ 2k seems like you are trying to short an old man. Shame.
oh boo hoo.
Im not trying to "short" him. I dont need either of them. That in mind, why would i want to pay top $ for one?
If that were the case, id have already been looking for a 1655,right?

I was/am not in the market for either. Just presented with the opportunity.
Also,he said "just make me an offer, im not trying to get a ton for them, i just want them gone"
He is 85,and very wealthy. So, dont give me any guff about trying to get over on anyone.
This post was edited by Nofbdybs at 15:46:29 09/08/13.

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JWalker

09-08-2013 12:42:16
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 Re: Came across a barn find 1655 diesel, and a 2 62. Should in reply to Nofbdybs, 09-08-2013 07:37:25  
Location? I may be interested in the 1655 as it sits. Email is open



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Nofbdybs

09-08-2013 12:50:10
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 Re: Came across a barn find 1655 diesel, and a 2 62. Should in reply to JWalker, 09-08-2013 12:42:16  
Outside of Bossier Louisiana.



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J. Schwiebert

09-07-2013 13:08:58
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 Re: Came across a barn find 1655 diesel, and a 2 62. Should I?? in reply to Nofbdybs, 09-07-2013 12:53:29  
Did you get a serial number for those 2? Your 2-62 is a 1550 or 1555 industrial



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Nofbdybs

09-07-2013 13:16:03
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 Re: Came across a barn find 1655 diesel, and a 2 62. Should in reply to J. Schwiebert, 09-07-2013 13:08:58  
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I didn't. Idiot, I know.
Are you saying the 2 62 is just a 1550/55 IND?

I couldn't find any info online regarding the 2 62. There was a little bit of the hood decal left, and that's what It said.



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Witt Oliver Guy

09-07-2013 13:59:28
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 Re: Came across a barn find 1655 diesel, and a 2 62. Should in reply to Nofbdybs, 09-07-2013 13:16:03  
Here's my email...



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Witt Oliver Guy

09-07-2013 13:56:07
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 Re: Came across a barn find 1655 diesel, and a 2 62. Should in reply to Nofbdybs, 09-07-2013 13:16:03  
I could be interested in the 2-62 if he's wanting to sell it and you aren't interested in it. I'm pretty much ate up with the 1550/55 series of tractors! Looks like it would be a neat project.



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blue924.9

09-10-2013 11:18:37
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 Re: Came across a barn find 1655 diesel, and a 2 62. Should in reply to Witt Oliver Guy, 09-07-2013 13:56:07  
nice!! gotta soft spot for olivers and whites



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bison

09-10-2013 18:25:55
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 Re: Came across a barn find 1655 diesel, and a 2 62. Should in reply to blue924.9, 09-10-2013 11:18:37  
I bought an 1800 A for $500 incl delivery(is in better shape than that 1655)
i would offer $250 for that 2-62.



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