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Case Nutty 1660

10-05-2017 17:33:19




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This is the 190 gas I have and asked about on the post below, do you guys still see some value here? I looked at the 18.4x34's on it and they are not bad at all, one has a bit of weather checking any idea what its worth as she is? engine is stuck and I know it needs brakes thanks for any suggestions,, cnt

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Lazy WP

10-06-2017 16:01:36




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 Re: 190 gas pics in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 10-05-2017 17:33:19  
Any idea how the transmission is? I liked the 190 I had other than the loader was slow. For me itís less than 1500



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Case Nutty 1660

10-07-2017 06:20:20




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 Re: 190 gas pics in reply to Lazy WP, 10-06-2017 16:01:36  
I put a high price on it in the photo ads due to the tires and the loader and the fact people always want to jew on the price, I agree its not worth much I would trade it for two new 18.4 x 34 tires that should be in the 1500 range now I think,, so far no one has even contacted me which i was betting on, I really do not know about the gears I know when I moved it a couple times the gears I selected worked fine, but I do not know what I used now,, thanks for the comments if it does not sell I will pull the tires and bucket off it and haul the rest to the scrap yard in town as I am really tired of looking at it, I am open to offers or trades on it thanks again
cnt

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Nordic

10-05-2017 19:08:20




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 Re: 190 gas pics in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 10-05-2017 17:33:19  
That tractor really looks quite good. I'd like to think someone would be interested in putting life back into it, just wait for the right guy to come along. I think to help you price it... think of it as a Case tractor in the same size and shape... what would you yourself pay for it? I know you are very knowledgable and interested in Case as I read your posts... you will find your match in the A-C crowd I'm sure.

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centash

10-05-2017 17:42:42




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 Re: 190 gas pics in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 10-05-2017 17:33:19  
Looks like it could still be rescued. Lot of good things about it.....tires, loader, easy enough to get parts. You may be able to get a running tractor out of it for a couple thousand in parts and Labour with a bit of luck. Ben



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