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03-21-2008 15:25:38

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Last thing I "need" is another tractor (got 13 now)...but, one has come up for sale local & I'm on the fence. It's a 40's model B. Hasn't run in 2 or 3 years, but, it's complete. Motor spins, but no spark. Oil is clean, it's been outside, but covered. All wheels & tires are junk, (rusted out/ flat/dry-rotted). I noticed the exhaust manifold is rusted out too...no muffler....just a project...I don't even know if the magneto is good. Asking price was $500, he's dropped it to $400 & will deliver....should buy it????

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03-21-2008 17:36:41

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 Re: Allis- B in reply to got-2-many-tractors, 03-21-2008 15:25:38  
sounds rough and the price should be be according

Now it is only worth what you are willing to pay for it or whats it worth to you now all the bad items can be had easy enouf and even new if you want to pay the price
I guess if you want to put out the effort to redo it or just have it price should fair with delivery include

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03-21-2008 17:36:01

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 Re: Allis- B in reply to got-2-many-tractors, 03-21-2008 15:25:38  
BUY IT!!! mine was $450 with 3 tires/rims/wheels needing attention/replacement when i got it. So yes, do it!!! BTW you dont have too many tractors until you come home from and auction with another one, unload it, and realise you have one just like it, LOL :-)

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03-22-2008 06:28:59

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 Re: Allis- B in reply to Lanse, 03-21-2008 17:36:01  
i should add that on mine both front rims and tires were shot, and the back had one complete side in great shape but the other side was missing a rim, but had a tire. And my exhaust manifold was in great shape. Still sounds like a good deal to me

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03-21-2008 17:21:03

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 Re: Allis- B in reply to got-2-many-tractors, 03-21-2008 15:25:38  
Sure you buy if you like tractors. The B is one of the best little tractors ever made. I am sure you know that.


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03-21-2008 16:12:05

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 Re: Allis- B in reply to got-2-many-tractors, 03-21-2008 15:25:38  
How could you NOT buy it?

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03-21-2008 16:40:04

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 Re: Allis- B in reply to Bob, 03-21-2008 16:12:05  

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03-22-2008 08:29:57

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 Re: Allis- B in reply to Cman, 03-21-2008 16:40:04  
I say buy it - that could be cheap for a running tractor with little work - If ya luck out.

I too have 13 tractors and am looking for more.... Its a sickness

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