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d17 sale price

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bradley fuller

11-30-2010 18:57:02




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im looking to sell my tractor whats the market price is




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Brian Jasper co. Ia

12-02-2010 18:56:48




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 Re: d17 sale price in reply to bradley fuller, 11-30-2010 18:57:02  
I paid $2500 for a good running '58 D17D that needed new tires and the rear rims fixed around the valve stems.



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paulinkansas

12-01-2010 08:49:06




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 Re: d17 sale price in reply to bradley fuller, 11-30-2010 18:57:02  
Is it a series I, II, III or IV? Does it have power steering, 3 point hitch, gas or diesel, what shape are the tires, etc.



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LWW

11-30-2010 19:07:21




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 Re: d17 sale price in reply to bradley fuller, 11-30-2010 18:57:02  
You need to tell us a lot more about condition for any kind of reasonable guesstimate.



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bradley69

12-01-2010 18:28:15




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 Re: d17 sale price in reply to LWW, 11-30-2010 19:07:21  
1959-60 year diesel with loader p/s block heater looks like most i have seen . 3point hitch with new system thats not on tire fair with some cracks. has big bale fork. could you paint job



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BDT in Minnesota

12-02-2010 05:41:07




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 Re: d17 sale price in reply to bradley69, 12-01-2010 18:28:15  
somewhere between $700 and $4500.. That D17 could be a cobbled up pile of junk or a very good, solid tractor... So much depends upon the last 50 years of abuse or TLC...... We could use a few pictures, some history.....Also, the loader may be an old "trip bucket" run from tractor hydroulics or a fully hydroulic loader with it's own hydroulic pump.....



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