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Geoffrey (New t

03-04-2002 15:33:42

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I have a cousin that wants to sell two AC's. I know one is a WC and I'm pretty sure that's what the other one is. One is in decent shape and runs, just needs an average restoration. The other needs a total rebuild from the front of the hand crank to the end of the drawbar or can be used as a parts tractor. He also has an AC plow and disc that fit these. What is the value of all of these.

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Bryan Smith

03-05-2002 07:16:38

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 Re: tractor value in reply to Geoffrey (New to AC), 03-04-2002 15:33:42  
Depends on where you are - around here (SC) a running WC will bring around $500 to $900 depending on condition. Roger Welsch (who wrote all those great books) mentions he's gotten most of his as gifts or for a few bucks, but many of them weren't running. Have seen some running Wc's go for $300 or $400 - just depends on what it's worth to you, I guess. A decent WD seems to go for $800 to $1200 and a Decent WD45 seems to go for $1200 to $1600 - and both of those are usually "more desirable" than a WC since they have a hand clutch and foot brakes.

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