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Value of AC Model C

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Dave (Maryland)

06-21-2000 12:33:15




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I am looking at a non running AC model C near York Pennsylvania. It has not run for over 7 years being stored in an open tractor shed but turns over. It is rough with two flat tires (rust on the one flat rim) and minor rust through but everything is there. It has a sickle bar mower, cultivator and dual plows. He wants $1,000 for it all. Is this high or average.




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D13

06-25-2000 05:25:43




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 Re: Value of AC Model C in reply to Dave (Maryland), 06-21-2000 12:33:15  
I pay $1000 for a running machine with at least one piece of equipment. My C had a fully functional sickle mower, working PTO and belt pulley, and decent rubber. My dad's B has a hyydraulic pump and front mounted blade.

The tractor, as you describe it, is worth roughly $2-300, depending on if the wheels are rusted or not. This is assuming the tin is straight enough to warrant paint. The plow is worth $150, the mower $200, I bought my cultivators for $75. If the tractor has hydraulics then add another $75. By the way, I am curious about a 2-bottom plow on a C - they were rated for 1 16" bottom, mounted on the tractor. A 2-bottom 12" might work in sand, but don't put it at my clay. Before you buy, make sure the motor can be spun over! Otherwise you're looking at a part tractor. With all the equipment, I'd go $600. Remember, you're looking at $300 in tires and tubes, assuming the rims are good.

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Dave

06-21-2000 19:37:33




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 Re: Value of AC Model C in reply to Dave (Maryland), 06-21-2000 12:33:15  
I was just at an auction that had a c with a belly mower. It sold for 850. Ran good but only looked fair.



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don phil

06-22-2000 09:51:55




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 Re: Re: Value of AC Model C in reply to Dave, 06-21-2000 19:37:33  
first computer new on net,have early to mid 50s ac tractor c model and need to know where to find parts. any help appreciatiated.



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Tyler(WA)

06-21-2000 12:44:52




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 Re: Value of AC Model C in reply to Dave (Maryland), 06-21-2000 12:33:15  
Sounds real high. For that price it should be running, have decent rubber and good paint.

I recently bought two B's, a C and two CA's, with spare parts and a few implements for what he's asking for that C. None of mine are running but they are complete and the C has a rebuilt head.



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