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Value--1946 Allis C, accessories

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Trukr

02-18-2002 15:05:53




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Am looking to buy from parent's estate--1946 AC Model C. Everything original, always shedded,6 volt electric start, runs good, good starter, hydraulic pump/valve not working, tires-poor, pedistal seals bad, no more take-up in steering bearings, accessories--belly mount sickle mower (average shape), single 16 mounted plow (good shape),front mounted plow weights. I would like to get an average fair value for the package to reimburse siblings for these items.

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'BB'

02-19-2002 16:36:32




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 Re: Value--1946 Allis C, accessories in reply to Trukr, 02-18-2002 15:05:53  
Very sad when you have to reimburse your siblings for something that belonged to a parent.



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Dick L

02-19-2002 06:57:32




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 Re: Value--1946 Allis C, accessories in reply to Trukr, 02-18-2002 15:05:53  
When it comes to estate auctions of parents, I would say give what it goes for rather than wishing you had the rest of you life. You just don't tell any one that is what your going to do. A lot of hard feelings at estate auctions and some times you will see people pay hundereds of dollars for a 50 dollar item because some one with a grudge knows how bad they want the item.



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steve

02-18-2002 20:31:32




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 Re: Value--1946 Allis C, accessories in reply to Trukr, 02-18-2002 15:05:53  
the tractor is $700-800. mower is $300. the plow is $100. If you give $1200 it is more than fair, considering the tires and pump need help.



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Dana

02-18-2002 16:20:53




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 Re: Value--1946 Allis C, accessories in reply to Trukr, 02-18-2002 15:05:53  
My wife and I were faced with a similar situation last year with her father's Model C. It came with a 60" Continental belly mower mounted on it. It was mechanically in very good shape but needed a little TLC. We paid the estate $1,700.00 at auction. This might be a little low considering the good condition of the tractor and mower (many of the small town locals quit bidding when they realized "family" was bidding against them).

If I was to say what I actually paid for the tractor, I would say it is in the neighborhood of $1,300.00 for the tractor and $400.00 for the mower.

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tom

02-18-2002 18:57:12




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 Re: Re: Value--1946 Allis C, accessories in reply to Dana, 02-18-2002 16:20:53  
I just bought a 41 C with a sickle bar mower in much the same condition as you are describing. I also bought another C parts tractor along with that one. Got both for $1000.00. Just food for thought.



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