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AC D10 fair price

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Mark Dorney

05-10-1999 15:00:20

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I was wondering if anyone might be able to give me a ball park figure for what the following tractor might be worth:

D-10 w/ loader, 138 hours on rebuilg gas engine, steering & front suspension. new clutch assembly, 3yr old paing job, 60" bucket and down pressure. Rear 3 poing hook up and PTO.


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05-11-1999 07:21:08

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 Re: AC D10 fair price in reply to Mark Dorney, 05-10-1999 15:00:20  
What year/series? 1962 and later (Series II and III and some late series I) had bigger engine and better features (live PTO in particular) than early (1959-1961) models. Is the "3 poing hook up" a conventional 3-point hitch like on a Ford tractor or is it AC's "Snap-Coupler" or a conversion?

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Mark Dorney

05-11-1999 10:46:07

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 Re: Re: AC D10 fair price in reply to RMD, 05-11-1999 07:21:08  
The only question I can answer is that it's 1962. I won't see it until Friday night and the auction is Sat morning. Just trying to get a rough idea. Thanks

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05-11-1999 11:01:51

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 Re: Re: Re: AC D10 fair price in reply to Mark Dorney, 05-11-1999 10:46:07  
As a 1962 it should have the larger (149 ci) engine and true independent PTO and hydraulics. These are pretty good 30 HP two wheel drive tractors. I bought a 1963 D-12 (Snap-Coupler hitch)with loader for $3300, but it wasn't running very well at the time and the clutch was stuck so I couldn't fully check it out. On the plus side it had less than 2000 hrs. and, with a carb rebuild, runs well now.

The D-10 you describe has apparently had some hard, long hours (otherwise it wouldn't have the rebuilds). I wouldn't think it would be worth much more than $4000, maybe $4500. At an auction, could go up to $5000. If it doesn't have a true 3-point hitch or adequate conversion, expect to spend about $450 for an adapter.

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05-12-1999 21:02:05

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: AC D10 fair price in reply to RMD, 05-11-1999 11:01:51  
Is that the one at the State auction by Milwaukee?

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05-13-1999 06:15:07

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: AC D10 fair price in reply to Lloyd, 05-12-1999 21:02:05  
Yes it is, do you know something about it???

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Ted Buisker

05-15-1999 20:40:18

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: AC D10 fair price in reply to Mark, 05-13-1999 06:15:07  
It brought $4600.

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