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tammy sanden

01-05-2016 05:01:04




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Looking at a D-10 needs work looking for opinions on value as is and restored has not been run in years not a lot of info on it don't know if it is early or late yet just looking for what people more up on them think thanks for any advice




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larry999

01-06-2016 10:43:28




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 Re: D-10 in reply to tammy sanden, 01-05-2016 05:01:04  
There is some risk in buying a non-running D10 since many of them will jump out of gear and that is an expensive repair. The value depends on where you live. Prices would be higher in the midwest and northern states. In NC, I would pay $750-$2000 for a non-running D10 depending on the Series.



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Charlie175

01-05-2016 06:16:16




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 Re: D-10 in reply to tammy sanden, 01-05-2016 05:01:04  
Value varies widely. A Late Model Series III with Hi/Lo transmission will bring the most money.

Most Series 1 I see are in the $2000-3000 range
Series II are $3000-6000
Series III are $4000-7000 with a few that have gone double that.

With no idea what it looks like, it is hard to give a value.

Parts are accessible for the engine and transmission to a degree. A few transmission items are no longer available. Body tin was exclusive to the series, however the rear fenders can use modified D14/D15 ones.

Right now they seem to be a good collectible since only a few thousand were made.

Good Luck

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