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What is a Allis WD worth?

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10-30-2003 17:17:55

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A friend of mine has a WD , new paint, runs good, tires fair, tractor looks sharp. It is a old WD with straight shifter, been changed to 12 volt. Now for the fun, I know what I think it is worth, what does everybody out there think?

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Dave K

11-01-2003 09:06:56

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 Re: What is a Allis WD worth? in reply to BRYAN, 10-30-2003 17:17:55  
Hard to say without more info on the mechanical condition. I would say $500 to $800.


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Jim Danforth

10-30-2003 18:51:25

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 Re: What is a Allis WD worth? in reply to BRYAN, 10-30-2003 17:17:55  
location is alwys the biggest factor. IF I can drag it home with another tractor, I'd easily pay an extra $100. Drive home.. $250

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Ian Schedler

10-30-2003 17:25:48

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 Re: What is a Allis WD worth? in reply to BRYAN, 10-30-2003 17:17:55  
i payed a 1000 for one that was painted very badly with a brush and the tires are just about gone, the engine clutch was stuck and the gear oil was low. The front wheels were being held onby a coter pin and the magneto was cobed up. i payed way to much but i can really complain the guy delivered it about 50 miles away, and the the egine runs like a top and he threw in a new manifold, the tractor sitting how it was, was really about 800 with a 200 dollar delivery charge. the tractor the way you describe it is worth about 1500 depending upon the paint job and other stuff.

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