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Tractor values going up?

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Charles Trent

09-20-2009 11:00:56

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Brian Jasper co. Ia

09-24-2009 19:21:34

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 Re: Tractor values going up? in reply to Charles Trent, 09-20-2009 11:00:56  
Unless the tractor is something rare, they usually cost more to fix up than they're worth when done. I spent more on a couple tractors than they will ever be worth, but I like them, one is a family heirloom, so I spend the $ on them when I can afford to.

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09-21-2009 20:18:59

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 Re: Tractor values going up? in reply to Charles Trent, 09-20-2009 11:00:56  
The Pres. says everything is Rosey....but I am waiting for the latest "Spin"...!


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Ole Shovel

09-20-2009 13:06:32

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 Re: Tractor values going up? in reply to Charles Trent, 09-20-2009 11:00:56  
What I see out there is most fools paid way too much thinking of it as a investment and the gravy train would never end. What goes up always comes back down it always has. Many are struggling to make ends meet and paid way too much for a old piece of junk and spent too much on new over priced parts and tires now it isn't worth even what they spent on it nor do they have a farm big enough to work it and make that work. Was just another dumb investment is all.

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Charles Trent

09-20-2009 13:14:32

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 Re: Tractor values going up? in reply to Ole Shovel, 09-20-2009 13:06:32  
Interesting. So what do you do with your extra money?

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09-22-2009 04:22:50

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