As far as I'm concerned, Sentimental value is worth more than dollar value.. I am still looking for an old Allis my Dad sold. Still, the $1k does not seem too bad. One can spend a fortune to get it back to perfection if thats what you want. Or you can spend just enough to get it running and in good shape. Even it you Nickel & dime it ever other week. If it was ME, (and I can only speak for myself), I would get it, once it's gone you may regret it.
Re: Re: Re: WD45 diesel!!!!!! in reply to Craig, 03-20-2002 12:49:53
And if he won't take the 800 , well try 9 and if you have to go the grand. You won't regret it if you want the tractor. And I don't blame you for wanting it. I am spending more than a WD is worth to get one back in shape. Used to run a 45 when I was a kid and it is so much fun to be working on that tractor again.
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