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Re: AC D14 price question

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11-15-2000 04:25:19

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1960 was the last year they made D14's. Alot depends on: power steering, wide front, hitch, transmission, brakes, clutch, quality of paint job and overhaul. Assuming it is very good a ballpark price would be $4,000-$4,500. Unrestored in very good shape would be around $2,800-$3,200. Good Luck!

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Chris Heiden

11-15-2000 05:01:52

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 Re: Re: AC D14 price question in reply to GeneD14, 11-15-2000 04:25:19  
Okay thanks. Can you still get parts from AGCO Corporation for Allis Chalmers' tractors? I haven't checked their website in much detail. Is there any good site out on the Internet that stands out from the rest for AC info?

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Chris Heiden

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Jack Cobb

11-19-2000 08:30:47

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: AC D14 price question in reply to Brian Ahart, 11-15-2000 06:05:09  
I think the price advice they gave you is good providing it doesn't jump out of third gear. To have a dealer repair this, your $1600 to $2000. My brother just got a 14 with manual stearing that jumps out of 3rd for $600. Mine jumps out and I paid $1800, maybe a little much. If yours doesn't pop out of gear the prices are dead on!

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