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patsdeere

11-20-2011 13:33:32




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What is a running speed patrol worth? I found one that is needing a tank, a radiator, and some other items, but runs. Kind of wonder how if the tank leaks, but supposedly it does. Tires about 20%. Located in california since that seems to make a difference.




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JMS/.MN

11-20-2011 15:50:17




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 Re: W Speed patrol in reply to patsdeere, 11-20-2011 13:33:32  
Around here, either side of 3 grand, when they are actually sold. Some advertized prices are way beyond.



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patsdeere

11-20-2011 16:11:12




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 Re: W Speed patrol in reply to JMS/.MN, 11-20-2011 15:50:17  
Yeah the one I found the guy is asking almost twice that much.



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old

11-20-2011 19:19:18




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 Re: W Speed patrol in reply to patsdeere, 11-20-2011 16:11:12  
Complete and not running I have seen them go for $1500-2500. Complete and running around $5000 and one that looks good and runs well up to and above $7000. One that is missing part but runs can be a crap shoot depending on what all is missing. From what you say I would say around the $1500 range tops but then as for the tires I was told 15 plus years ago I needed to replace the tires on my W speed patrol but hey they are still there and holding air

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David Inman

11-20-2011 16:33:37




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 Re: W Speed patrol in reply to patsdeere, 11-20-2011 16:11:12  
The 3 at Grady Auctions & Realty, Inc's Pangburn, AR Auction averaged $2500. Range was $5600 though-One much better than the one you found brought $6000, and just based on the website (maybe there was something wrong not noted in the online description?-makes you think twice about online bidding)one in slightly better in slightly better condition to the one you describe only brought $400, the third $1050. Prices were WEIRD in that auction if you ask me! Then again, if that wasn't the case I'm pretty sure it wouldn't be a true Auction!

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patsdeere

11-20-2011 23:22:13




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 Re: W Speed patrol in reply to David Inman, 11-20-2011 16:33:37  
Did either of the cheap ones run?



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David Inman

11-21-2011 06:23:59




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 Re: W Speed patrol in reply to patsdeere, 11-20-2011 23:22:13  
All three " started and ran". The 6000 one had been " restored" and had power steering a modified area, and hydraulic conversion blade control. The 1050 one was un restored, with out hood, and again converted hid blade control. And I finally figured out why the 400 on brought that- it had a loader, but was missing the blade( the control w/o hand wheel and the part the blade mounts too where still there though.
In a couple of min I'll switch from my iPad to my computer and post the link to proxibid for the sale.

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David Inman

11-21-2011 06:26:28




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 Re: W Speed patrol in reply to David Inman, 11-21-2011 06:23:59  
The first two are on page 4, the third on page 7.
The link is



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