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Buying grandpa's WD-45

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John

03-29-2003 20:08:13




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My wifes grandfater is in his early eighties and is a retired farmer in northwest Ohio. 1 of the 3 tractors he still has is an Allis WD-45. It's gas, needs paint, been stored inside, tires 70%, complete and in decent shape. It's been little over a year since he last ran it. I'd like to buy it from him before it sits any longer (if he'll let it go) but I'm not sure what it's worth. Any thoughts? Thanks for your help.
John

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wdTom

03-30-2003 17:41:32




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 Re: Buying grandpa's WD-45 in reply to John, 03-29-2003 20:08:13  
These are great tractors, if you can buy it. Then buy a repair manual, and owners manual.



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JMS/MN

03-30-2003 22:12:06




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 Re: Re: Buying grandpa's WD-45 in reply to wdTom, 03-30-2003 17:41:32  
Buy the OPERATOR manual first, then the SERVICE manual. Learn how to operate it before you need to repair it.



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Dave K

03-30-2003 07:47:44




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 Re: Buying grandpa's WD-45 in reply to John, 03-29-2003 20:08:13  
I would say about $1500 would be fair to both of you as long as she is not frozen up.
Dave



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Sid

03-29-2003 21:42:35




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 Re: Buying grandpa's WD-45 in reply to John, 03-29-2003 20:08:13  
If it was my wifes Grandfather or someone in my family the value to me would definatley be much more than current market value.



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JMS/MN

03-29-2003 21:17:00




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 Re: Buying grandpa's WD-45 in reply to John, 03-29-2003 20:08:13  
Bought a '53 a few years ago with new tires for $1125. Good engine, (replacement, obviously), rest was the most worn out thing I've ever seen. Wide front needed $125 in parts, the rest needed tlc, welding, rebuilding, paint, etc. Now would go for 22-2500. Lots of time and work in it, but would guess if yours has good tin, decent rubber, does not need overhaul, would go 13-1900 as is.........depends on area, etc.

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john panowicz

04-04-2003 14:44:38




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 Re: Re: Buying grandpa's WD-45 in reply to JMS/MN, 03-29-2003 21:17:00  
if you are going to give more then 1400 I got a wd i will sell for 1000 anything overv 1400 you might as well buy a good d 17



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