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D19 value...for sale

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Tony Luers

11-21-2010 19:06:50




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Hello all,

I have a friend who has a AC D19 that is in nice shape, good metal, good paint, good rubber, is gas and ran last year but quit with an electrical problem that has not been fixed. Not sure what year it is. Pretty sure it does not have the 3 point hitch.

Unfortunately, it is falling victim to divorce and must go.

Does anyone have an idea what it is worth and any thoughts on putting it on Ebay or letting it go to auction? Any one here interested? It's located in South East Indiana.

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Ray

11-23-2010 20:01:36




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 Re: D19 value...for sale in reply to Tony Luers, 11-21-2010 19:06:50  
If it's a divorce deal i'd sell it to the junk man.



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DiyDave

11-22-2010 04:58:36




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 Re: D19 value...for sale in reply to Tony Luers, 11-21-2010 19:06:50  
Coupla years ago, I sold my grandfather's D-19D with WF, and snap coupler, and a NI loader for $4500. Around here (central MD) that tractor, if in good running condition might be expected to bring $3K-3500. Selling in early spring tends to bring the highest dollar, too.



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ACEd

11-21-2010 19:54:45




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 Re: D19 value...for sale in reply to Tony Luers, 11-21-2010 19:06:50  
Value would depend on configuration - there were at least 3 main variations - the basin tricycle or wide front, a High Crop version, and a Rice version with 26 inch rear tires. Either the High Crop or the Rice would add value. Then there were 3 fuel configurations - the Gas is least desirable - Diesel most, and LP in between. I might be interested if its High Crop, but as I said - those are rare. As for value right now, probably between $1000-2000 if its gas and not High Crop. Buyers market for last 2-3 years and its not getting better for sellers yet. Forced sale reduces that, auction may be way to go, but needs to be running and in pretty good shape to go that way.

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Tony Luers

11-22-2010 02:08:55




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 Re: D19 value...for sale in reply to ACEd, 11-21-2010 19:54:45  
Hi,

Thanks for a reply.
It's not a tricycle front. How do you tell if it's a High Crop??



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ACEd

11-22-2010 05:46:14




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 Re: D19 value...for sale in reply to Tony Luers, 11-22-2010 02:08:55  
Easiest way to tell if high crop is 20 inch front wheels vs 16 inch. Or a Thompson High Crop Conversion might have 21 inch front wheels on cast centers that say Thompson probably with a different high arch axle. Rears would be 38 inch but the non-High Crop could also have 38 inch rears or 34 inch rears. Never seen a D19 with 28 inch rears. And the Rice version would have 23.1x26 doughnut rears with 16 inch on wide front. I think the rear finals on High Crop might also be taller.

What is serial number (top of housing under seat)? 1961-62 were 1001-7331 and 1963-64 (Second Series?) were 12001-16266. Per Terry Dean book.

If electrical problems are only thing keeping it from running, should try to fix that. NR will significantly decrease value. Points & Condensor and maybe a Rotor and Distributot Cap - and Coil all readily available from NAPA or TISCO or Tractor Supply Co - for about $10-20 each. If wiring, replace / patch with generic to get it running - they are pretty simple and wiring diagrams are available. Does it still have generator or has someone replaced with Alternator - that can cause electrical issues if miswired.

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Tony Luers

11-22-2010 08:11:41




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 Re: D19 value...for sale in reply to ACEd, 11-22-2010 05:46:14  
I"m not sure what"s wrong or what he"s done with it. He was using it and it just quit. for some reason I think he replaced the battery, solenoid and starter. For whatever reason, he felt the selenoid is the issue. There is some bad wiring, replaced wiring,loose and disconnected wires. I"m not famaliar with AC, and with the current divorce, I don"t think fixing it is a reality as much as getting it out to sell the home is the priority. It"s a good looking tractor otherwise. I"ll try to check serial number and tires, there"s some implements they want to get rid of.

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JNG

11-22-2010 04:29:20




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 Re: D19 value...for sale in reply to Tony Luers, 11-22-2010 02:08:55  
I think that the HIGH CROP version had 14.9X38 inch rims instead of 14.9x28 inch rims. In my case I have a 1963 D17 Series III with 16.9x28 power adjust rims.



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mw-md

11-23-2010 16:25:04




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 Re: D19 value...for sale in reply to JNG, 11-22-2010 04:29:20  
mine has 18.4-34 back tires some had 38in. tires never had 28 in tires



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