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What is a 20-35 Allis worth

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scott carter

04-04-2008 19:24:28

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The tractor is complete but needs restored

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John (C-IL)

04-05-2008 09:58:17

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 Re: What is a 20-35 Allis worth in reply to scott carter, 04-04-2008 19:24:28  
You probably got the answers you need over on the AC Forum.

Complete but not running would be entirely different from running, ready to be refurbished and painted. A 20-35 is far from rare but is a neat piece. Running it could bring around $3000 to $5000. With a really good top notch take everyting apart restoration you would be in the $10,000 to $12,000. There is also a difference between long fender and short fender prices. IF you have a long fender you can double the "value".

If you are trying to restore and make money it is possible if you don't put too much "value" on your labor.

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scott carter

04-05-2008 11:31:22

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 Re: What is a 20-35 Allis worth in reply to John (C-IL), 04-05-2008 09:58:17  
what is it worth no tunning condition


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John (C-IL)

04-05-2008 13:28:35

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 Re: What is a 20-35 Allis worth in reply to scott carter, 04-05-2008 11:31:22  

Dean and Swenson have five rating levels, the lowest rating level is a (1): "One is restorable condition. These machines may be on the edge of being parts tractors, but are complete enough for restoration."

If the tractor is stuck it may easily fall in to this group. Values for this group are: Long Fender $2000, Short Fender $1350, Thresherman's Special $2750. Their numbers not mine.

If it's condition could be moved up a group you can basically double the value. Sight unseen with a lot of unknowns you are talking in the lower group.

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John (C-IL)

04-05-2008 10:01:37

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 Re: What is a 20-35 Allis worth in reply to John (C-IL), 04-05-2008 09:58:17  
Sorry, I should have credited Terry Dean and Larry Swenson with the values from their book: Tractor and Crawler Value Guide; Second edition.

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