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Joe

02-18-1999 11:11:05




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I found a D-17 this weekend that looks good, its a 1967 model and includes a loader and 3 pt hook up. The guy wants $6300 for it. I dont know the hours, but he says its a series IV and worth more? looks good, is this a good price for this tractor? I wont be showing it, I'll be working it! Thanks




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John

02-24-1999 11:17:49




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 Re: D-17 DEAL? in reply to Joe, 02-18-1999 11:11:05  
He's about $2000 too high if you ask me. I've seen his page, and by the looks of things, he doesn't have a clue what he purchased and he way overpaid for it. Now that he's done he can't eat it, so he's trying to sell it. Trouble is, too many of us know what it's really worth.



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CURT W

02-19-1999 21:44:00




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 Re: D-17 DEAL? in reply to Joe, 02-18-1999 11:11:05  
I HAVE A D-17 SERIES UNKNOWN THAT I WOULD LIKE TO SELL. IT HAS A LOADER AND A THREE POINT HOOK UP.
THE EXACT YEAR IS UNKNOWN IT IS BETWEEN A 1958 AND62 IN FAIR WORKING CONDITION. COULD YOU TELL ME WHAT A FAIR MARKET VALUE FOR THIS WOULD BE. THANK YOU,CURT BILLINGS,MT.



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Ron C.

02-19-1999 15:40:29




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 Re: D-17 DEAL? in reply to Joe, 02-18-1999 11:11:05  
I've recently seen nice Series IV's for sale with factory three point advertised from two different dealers for $7500.



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Mike M

02-19-1999 11:46:47




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 Re: D-17 DEAL? in reply to Joe, 02-18-1999 11:11:05  
Is that the one in MO? The guy bought it and is done with it and wants to sell it? It's a GREAT DEAL for the seller, but you would be getting the shaft. It's way too high. I think he bought it not knowing what it was worth and he's done and trying to pass his overspending on to the next guy.



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Lloyd

02-18-1999 19:06:53




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 Re: D-17 DEAL? in reply to Joe, 02-18-1999 11:11:05  
You can usually pick up a 170 with widefront, loader and three point for 4000-5000 at auctions. I just saw a D17 with widefront and powersteering sell for 1400. You can buy a loader for under 500 and three point conversion for under 300.



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john

02-18-1999 14:29:26




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 Re: D-17 DEAL? in reply to Joe, 02-18-1999 11:11:05  
I just priced one on a farm in IL, $2000.00, gas PS Narrow front.



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donnie

02-18-1999 15:19:14




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 Re: Re: D-17 DEAL? in reply to john, 02-18-1999 14:29:26  
a friend of mime just sold a D17 series 4,freshly overhauld and i excellent cond.for $4500.6300 even with a loader seems high to me,donnie



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Boll

03-10-1999 18:49:34




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 Re: Re: Re: D-17 DEAL? in reply to donnie, 02-18-1999 15:19:14  
My D-17 sold! .... end of discussion. It was a masterpiece of beauty and workmanship....if I do say so.....and well worth the price.

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Victor



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