depends on area. here in N. Florida. A wd in rough shape runs $2500-$3500. restored will bring in maybe $4000. hard to say cause there really are no restored ones around. B's in rough shape less then $1,000. good shape $1500-$2000. Restored $2500-$3000.
Re: Re: Allis B/WD worth?. in reply to Justin in FL., 10-27-2002 15:55:36
In SC a running B typically can be found for $800 to $1200, but we do see them advertised for $1500 to $1600 or more. A running WD sells for $800 to $1200 also, but again they do advertise (and occaisionally sell) for more. So here they are about equal in price depending on options and condition.
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