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AC Ditcher and AC Rear Forklift

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Dave Patterson

12-02-1999 16:03:46




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Gentlemen:
Bought a 17 gas tractor to-day and the man also has an AC snap coupler ditcher and only one I ever saw..an AC rear snap coupler forklift attachment..... .neither of us knew what they were worth..... .what kinda money should one pay for these items??
Thanks!---Dave---




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Rick

12-03-1999 07:48:22




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 Re: AC Ditcher and AC Rear Forklift in reply to Dave Patterson, 12-02-1999 16:03:46  
These are of value only to an AC collector. You can't buy replacement parts for the trencher any more and those old fork lift attachments can not be used legally for commercial use. They might make a neat show piece or display but that's about it.



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mark

12-03-1999 11:50:44




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 Re: Re: AC Ditcher and AC Rear Forklift in reply to Rick, 12-03-1999 07:48:22  
THEY ARE WORTH AT LEAST THE COST OF SCRAP... BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY TO PRESERVE THEM FOR HISTORICAL REASONS...CALL ME IF YOU AREN'T INTERESTED YOURSELF....MARK



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