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C for sale in MO

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02-19-2019 07:39:49

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I still have not bought a tractor... Life is busy! :D I found a C on craigslist yesterday. I emailed the seller for more info. What do you guys think?


With the exhaust possibly open to the weather I am concerned about water/ice damage. If motor is not damaged/seized do you think the price is reasonable? Or too many unknowns. Thanks.

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02-19-2019 15:34:00

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 Re: C for sale in MO in reply to 1954Frank, 02-19-2019 07:39:49  
Thanks for all responses.

I know it was almost 30 years ago... but I bought a C that ran and came with a belly mower for $450. And maybe this one is a $450 tractor. $900 to $2000 are the prices I am seeing on the internet these days.

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02-19-2019 10:15:23

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 Re: C for sale in MO in reply to 1954Frank, 02-19-2019 07:39:49  
Didn't look at the add but you can buy a functioning or a good c cheaper than buying and rebuilding. Now if it is a hobby that's different.

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02-19-2019 10:06:56

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 Re: C for sale in MO in reply to 1954Frank, 02-19-2019 07:39:49  
Model C is the bottom of the barrel as far as prices of AC tractors the last one I had ran and operated good had a time getting $450 for it.

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02-19-2019 09:01:39

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 Re: C for sale in MO in reply to 1954Frank, 02-19-2019 07:39:49  
Might be if it will run and you get to drive it. I see a rear axle seal is leaking. And like you, open exhaust. Intake???

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02-19-2019 10:02:43

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 Re: C for sale in MO in reply to lfnel, 02-19-2019 09:01:39  
The ad says the tractor needs engine work and it's been setting five years.
Transmission, and rear drives are probably full of water, too.
Tires are ok to fair and tin is decent. If a guy had an engine ready to go .....

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