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Value of a 36 wc

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Josh wilhelm

06-22-2008 18:09:35

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I may be looking at buying a running 36 wc. It's on rubber in need of restoration but has very good potential. But it's missing fenders. What would it be worth?? Thanks

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Garry from SD

06-23-2008 07:21:06

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 Re: Value of a 36 wc in reply to Josh wilhelm, 06-22-2008 18:09:35  
JMS is right on on the parts prices. We priced out fenders for our 37 at 2 different AC shows. The first wanted $150 a piece, second wanted $200 a piece, so we decided to wait awhile. Went to an auction and bought 34 that was loose and complete w/fenders and back rest for $200. If you have the patience to wait, you can usually pick up a parts tracor a lot cheaper then the parts.

Tractor price depends on condition.

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John (C-IL)

06-23-2008 04:05:12

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 Re: Value of a 36 wc in reply to Josh wilhelm, 06-22-2008 18:09:35  
I'd say JMS is pretty much on the mark. I have a pretty nice one for sale for $1000. I've seen complete running ones sell for as little as $700.

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06-22-2008 19:07:37

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 Re: Value of a 36 wc in reply to Josh wilhelm, 06-22-2008 18:09:35  
I bought mine a few years ago for $375. No fenders, wrong front wheels, rears held air, wrong seat and frame, wrong steering wheel, rusted manifold. Found front spokes for 75, seat and frame for the same, 150 for fenders, 100 for manifold.

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