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Re: Value of a rebuilt '58 D14

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04-08-2002 22:34:58

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Divide it by two and you're still on the high side.

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04-09-2002 17:12:38

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 Re: Re: Value of a rebuilt '58 D14 in reply to JMS/MN, 04-08-2002 22:34:58  
this is part of the trouble with haveing others do all the work on your antique tractor. you get $5000 to $6000 invested in a tractor that is only worth $3500 in the market. If you just got to have a certain tractor, or spend it on one you will keep forever that might be o.k. but dont expect to ever get your money back out on a $5000 restoration.

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04-10-2002 18:34:14

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 Re: Re: Re: Value of a rebuilt '58 D14 in reply to steve, 04-09-2002 17:12:38  
Right On Steve! Paying a proffesional to restore almost anything, car, tractor, or what have you, will usualy cost more than the thing is worth by the time its done. You almost have to be willing to do it yourself and expect nothing for your time other than the satisfaction and enjoyment you get from bringing a tired old horse back to life.

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04-11-2002 11:54:32

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Value of a rebuilt '58 D14 in reply to Dave R, 04-10-2002 18:34:14  
Two yrs. ago I purchased a D-14 built in 1957 with a D-14 farm loader, No. 80R rear mount mower, 2 bottom plow and lots of extra parts, filters and so on for $3000. It was still in use in an orchard and now works my 10 acres.

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