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unstyled wc

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mawc

01-26-2008 15:56:57




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i was wondering how much 2 unstyled wc is worth it is complete other then rear fenders and turns over has electric start. and the other is a 1935 complete turns over has old style fenders in great shape and bad wheels. both set in barn for around 15 years, both would prolly run with some cleaning?




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Ted in NE OH

01-28-2008 08:56:34




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 Re: unstyled wc in reply to mawc, 01-26-2008 15:56:57  
Problem with WC, WD is that they are too small for farming and too big to mow lawns, so demand is low. If you are selling , need to find a collector looking for one.



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dave.w

01-27-2008 15:47:05




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 Re: unstyled wc in reply to mawc, 01-26-2008 15:56:57  
i am restoring a 1935 unstyled wc. i would be interested in one of those tractors. You can E-Mail me at dtwentz@core.com.



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Garry from SD

01-27-2008 07:03:48




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 Re: unstyled wc in reply to mawc, 01-26-2008 15:56:57  
It all depends on where you're at and how many show interest in them. I bought a complete 34 that wasn't stuck but stored outside for $200. There were two styled that one went for $125 and the other for $210 (this one had steel rears). If selling out-right, I'd offer the seller $250 a piece if the tins good and no cracks in the blocks and see what happens.

Never hurts to ask what his bottom dollar is.

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John (C-IL)

01-26-2008 18:43:19




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 Re: unstyled wc in reply to mawc, 01-26-2008 15:56:57  
Non runners in that condition $400-$600. I have a restored runner that I can't get any intrest in for $1000.



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yorkie

01-26-2008 19:09:26




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 Re: unstyled wc in reply to John (C-IL), 01-26-2008 18:43:19  
There is to many ac ,s wc wd & 45,s thats why they r selling lower . if motor is stuck or not running ,your looking @ 500- 700 in parts now days to even get eng running.



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