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Fordson guy found AC-CA

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08-08-2003 20:17:47

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I found a CA today. It has wide front and has the belly mount and rear mount cultivators. It has newer tires on power adjust rims. It is original paint with many markings/decals visible. All original lights, gauges and trim seem to be there. Is this a desirable machine for restoration? What problems specific to this model should I look for? Any ballpark figure on value? Thanks in advance, Kevin

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08-09-2003 18:35:07

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 Re: Fordson guy found AC-CA in reply to tractorfix, 08-08-2003 20:17:47  
The CA is the last of the B, C line of tractors and the most desierable. It has a 4 speed transmission as opposed to 3, probably a clutch in the right rear axle to "break" that axle, giving you live hydraulics and PTO, It has more power than the B and C, and the powershift rear wheels. All in all it is a fine tractor. The final drives are slanted back a bit to give it a longer wheelbase compared with the B and C, which have the final drives directly under the axles. It may have the AC snap coulpler system too which is a good system, just not compatible with 3 point hitch. It's value depends where you are, but I would say around $2000 to 2500. But it really does depend on where you are.

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