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Value of a 49 B Allis

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Ida Red

05-15-2010 20:30:31

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What is a Fence Row 1949 B worth in running condition?

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Mathias NY

05-17-2010 07:49:25

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 Re: Value of a 49 B Allis in reply to Ida Red, 05-15-2010 20:30:31  
I bought a fence row '40 B with stuck motor for $200. I repaired the motor, and everything else I needed and now have a tractor that is worth about $900. Total investment is $1200.

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05-16-2010 07:08:53

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 Re: Value of a 49 B Allis in reply to Ida Red, 05-15-2010 20:30:31  
i have bought 8 model B tractors in the last 12 years. all but one ran, all but one was $500- $800. You dont get over $1000. unless its got rebuilt moter, brand new tires, or great paint.
I live in the midwest.

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Jeff Z.

05-16-2010 08:46:01

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 Re: Value of a 49 B Allis in reply to steve(ill), 05-16-2010 07:08:53  
Same here in NY. If it's a $1000.00 or more it better be pretty darn nice.
They are a dime a dozen here from $300.00 to $800.00.
A running C with original paint and good tires sold at the auction for $300.00.
That was a nice tractor.
Still alot of life left in that $300.00 tractor
Probably another 25 years.

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05-15-2010 20:32:36

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 Re: Value of a 49 B Allis in reply to Ida Red, 05-15-2010 20:30:31  
Well with the info you gave $350 to 2000. When you ask you neeed to tell us as much as you can or you will get a crap shoot answer because we can not see what you see

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Ida Red

05-15-2010 20:41:58

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 Re: Value of a 49 B Allis in reply to old, 05-15-2010 20:32:36  
Have yet to go see it?

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05-15-2010 20:48:13

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 Re: Value of a 49 B Allis in reply to Ida Red, 05-15-2010 20:41:58  
So then what I said still holds true unless you know more we can not say more. Things like tires sheet metal etc etc etc add or take away from what it might be worth

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