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Philip Hendrick

03-31-2003 16:56:23

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I have a chance to buy a d-14 or maybe it is a wd-14 Haven't seen it yet but am interested. The guy wants 1300 dollars and said it runs. What is the market for such a tractor and is it a collectors item. thanks philip

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04-01-2003 10:14:52

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 Re: d-14 in reply to Philip Hendrick, 03-31-2003 16:56:23  
I also have a D-14 that I use almost daily. It is still more of a useful tractor than a collection item in my opinion - mostly due to a homemade 3-point. I run a brush mower, sickle mower, cultivator, planter, plow, blade, drag, sprayer, balefork, etc. I recently acquired a baler (MF#3), but I haven't had a chance to use it yet. The only downfall is the 1-way hydralics. I have a loader, but it is a trip bucket. I think there is a conversion kit to get 2-way operation, but I'm saving that project for later. Good luck

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03-31-2003 19:41:46

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 Re: d-14 in reply to Philip Hendrick, 03-31-2003 16:56:23  
the D series was developed in the lat 1950's. THe D14 was the first in the series i believe. THe D10 was the little unit that replaced the B-C, the D17 was larger than the old WD45. The D14 and later the D15 were larger than the old CA but somewhat smaller than the WD45. THe D14 was made for a couple years, then was changed to the D15. Not a lot of D14s wer built so they could be somewhat of a collectors item. Routinely they will sell for $1800 or better even if they are in below average condition. For $1300 i dont think you can go wrong, if it runs. If it is not a D series, but a WC or WD, (from 1930-1950) that might be a differnt story. I will send you e-mail of a D14 or 15.

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03-31-2003 19:38:38

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 Re: d-14 in reply to Philip Hendrick, 03-31-2003 16:56:23  
$1300 seems to be a very good price for a D14. Most I have seen have been in the $2200 to $3500 range. You will have to see how bad or good of shape it is in. Becareful to check the transmission well, many of the D series have 3rd gear problems that can be expensive to fix. But, at $1300, maybe worth fixing if the rest of the tractor is worth it.

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David Maddux

04-01-2003 04:03:32

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 Re: Re: d-14 in reply to Roonfry, 03-31-2003 19:38:38  
The D14 was the first tractor I owned and I thought there couldn't be any thing finer, then I bought a D15 series 2 and now I think the same thing about it but love them both.

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