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D15 diesel

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Lee Cramsey

11-26-2007 21:25:27

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Can anyone tell me the approximate value of a D15 diesel in very good shape and a 220 with factory cab in good shape. Are they very rare? Is the 210 the next generation of the D21. Any info would be appreciated.

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11-28-2007 20:30:34

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 Re: D15 diesel in reply to Lee Cramsey, 11-26-2007 21:25:27  
A while ago (??) I saw an add for a D15 Series II Diesel in the Wisfarmer for "$3500 Like new". The add only ran one week. I suspect it sold real fast.

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11-28-2007 16:23:34

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 Re: D15 diesel in reply to Lee Cramsey, 11-26-2007 21:25:27  
There are not of D-15 diesels around. A diesel D-15 would be worth $1000 or so more than a gas one around here, if you could find one. My brothers is the only one I know of in this area.

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Texas Denny

11-27-2007 17:56:36

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 Re: D15 diesel in reply to Lee Cramsey, 11-26-2007 21:25:27  
The average retail on a D-15 is about $3500. High trade-in is about $2000.

The 210 and the 220 were sold simultaneously so they may have both replaced the D21 - don't know. The average retail for a 220 is about $7000 and High trade in is about $4000. Don't know the cab value.

I don't believe any of these are rare. But then I've seen guys call an A John Deere rare. They made about 25,000 D15 tractors and less than 2500 each of 210 and 220. I have a Massey Ferguson that they only made 500. When are they rare? I don't know. But, I'd think a rare tractor would have less than 50 copies left.

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