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Whats It Worth?

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08-28-2009 04:46:10

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I have a 1948 ACB that I can"t keep anymore and I was curious as to it"s worth. I"ts had a valve job done and a radiator replaced in the past ten years but,I have not run it in about 2 years
I"m in the Western PA area and am looking for a sarting price point.

Thanks for the help.

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Texas Denny

08-29-2009 06:46:56

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 Re: Whats It Worth? in reply to JeffC, 08-28-2009 04:46:10  
I"m with Old. No picture, not running - $500 or less. You don"t say anything about tires. Don"t mention hydraulics. Really, there isn"t 10% of the information necessary to give a reasonable estimate. I suggest you go to Ebay and do a search for Allis Chalmers B in the sold auctions. You"ll probably find one similar to yours a see what they received for it.

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08-28-2009 10:43:00

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 Re: Whats It Worth? in reply to JeffC, 08-28-2009 04:46:10  
Non running maybe $500 tops. Now if you took the time to get it running and it has good tires on it then $1000 to 1500 give or take a little bit

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John Harmon

08-28-2009 07:13:44

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 Re: Whats It Worth? in reply to JeffC, 08-28-2009 04:46:10  
I looked at one,non runner,turned over,all there,not too bad for looks,in Salida Colo. The guy wanted $1K

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08-28-2009 06:33:32

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 Re: Whats It Worth? in reply to JeffC, 08-28-2009 04:46:10  
You might get a bigger response if you post what you think its worth and then let the guys fire away.

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08-28-2009 06:39:02

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 Re: Whats It Worth? in reply to ddl, 08-28-2009 06:33:32  
If I had to take a guess, I'd think it's worth $1,000

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08-28-2009 10:36:16

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 Re: Whats It Worth? in reply to JeffC, 08-28-2009 06:39:02  
I have a 1939 AC Model B, that is restored and in good running condition. I plan on showing it at the Comal County Fair in New Braunfels, Texas in September and then try to sell it. My asking price will be $1500.

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