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25-40 E

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WD_Fan07

08-29-2007 21:27:41




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how scarce are the 25-40 E"s? I would like to lay my hands on one some time in the future for a restoration but they probably require a second mortgage to pry one away from the lucky owner"s hands. an A would be even better but I know those are like hen"s teeth!




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David Maddux

08-30-2007 19:37:30




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 Re: 25-40 E in reply to WD_Fan07, 08-29-2007 21:27:41  
The 25-40 at Dain's sale last week only brought 2900.00. A lot of us was asleep that day. It was in good shape, a lot better than Mine was in.



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Doug in IL

08-30-2007 06:12:38




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 Re: 25-40 E in reply to WD_Fan07, 08-29-2007 21:27:41  
Actually there were more 25-40's built. The numbers are 1426 tractors for the 25-40 and 1225 tractors for the A. Probably just splitting hairs though. Neither one are common tractors. Another scarce one is the, unique to itself, 1927 20-35. There were 1799 of those built. I do think the survivial rate of the A is probably higher. If for no other reason, because they are "newer".



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Butch(OH)

08-30-2007 06:38:25




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 Re: 25-40 E in reply to Doug in IL, 08-30-2007 06:12:38  
Well I'll be hanged your right. Somebody told me years ago the number of 25-40 was less and I never bothered to total the numbers. ASSMUME and look what happens, LOL



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Butch(OH)

08-30-2007 05:09:35




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 Re: 25-40 E in reply to WD_Fan07, 08-29-2007 21:27:41  
Finding a model A for sale is not hard at all. I can hook you up with one of several in any condition from parts to fully restored. Model 25-40 in any condition is much harder to find as fewer were built and even fewer seemed to have survived. Thus A nice 25-40 in "easy restore" condition should cost quite a few dollars. None the less a model A will command three times the money that a 25-40 will given equal condition. Cheap A and 25-40 tractors ARE like hens teeth,,, and should be.

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John (C-IL)

08-30-2007 10:32:20




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 Re: 25-40 E in reply to Butch(OH), 08-30-2007 05:09:35  
You had me worried there Butch, I had to reread your post several times to get the emphasis on the right words.



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