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D-10 Series III up for auction

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Scott in SC

12-10-2003 07:42:41




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There is a D-10 series III that will be auctioned off locally this Saturday, the 13th. It has spin out rims, and allthe sheet metal seems to be there except the plate below the gas tank on the right side.Don't know if ti runs or not. Looks like it has been outside for sometime. It's rusted pretty good, but there's still some orange paint there. If any of you guys are interested in this tractor, e-mail me with what you'll give for it, and I'll try to buy it. I'm not interested in this tractor, I have 2 D-10s already.You will be responsible for shipping arrangements.Let me know if you are interested. If you're not truly interested, then don't respond.I don't want to buy it , and get left holding it.Thanks, Scott

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Scott in SC

12-10-2003 09:31:55




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 Re: D-10 Series III up for auction in reply to Scott in SC, 12-10-2003 07:42:41  
If you guys don't want to commit to anything, beleive me, I understand.The reason I have two D-10s now is because I have too much invested in them to break even. Don't plan to do it again. If someone has a conservative guess as to what the tractor is worth, I'll go from there. Thanks again. Scott



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Franklin Scott

12-10-2003 15:17:02




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 Re: Re: D-10 Series III up for auction in reply to Scott in SC, 12-10-2003 09:31:55  
Do you happen to recall if this tractor had the 3 point hitch on it or not??? What about the belly lift? Any ideas on what the starting bid might be????



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Scott in SC

12-11-2003 03:56:09




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 Re: Re: Re: D-10 Series III up for auction in reply to Franklin Scott, 12-10-2003 15:17:02  
Not sure if it has 3 pt or not. Pretty sure it has belly lift. Am going to look at it again sometime Friday. Will get a better description.May take a picture. Who knows on the bidding. Normally these things start around several hundred dollars and go to who knows where. Depends on who wants it.



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Leroy

12-11-2003 19:29:19




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: D-10 Series III up for auction in reply to Scott in SC, 12-11-2003 03:56:09  
I am interested in the D-10 series III. Please email back with your phone number and best time to call. Thanks Leroy



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Leroy

12-11-2003 20:09:19




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: D-10 Series III up for auction in reply to Leroy, 12-11-2003 19:29:19  
I forgot to unblock my email address. Try this one. Leroy



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Franklin Scott

12-11-2003 15:01:16




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: D-10 Series III up for auction in reply to Scott in SC, 12-11-2003 03:56:09  
Ifd you happen to get a pic, can you send it to me??? I'm looking for something cheap that I can mess around with and fix up this winter if need be. Key thing is low cost, wife has spent more for Christmas than was planned so my tractoring budget about got wiped out...Thanks.



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