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Brian in Co

11-14-2006 17:43:33




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I have almost no knowledge of Case tractors and have an opportunity to purchase a case 800. My question id does the 3 point operate slow on all of these 800s? I test drove the tractor and all functions operated It has a case 70 loader and a box blade and cultivator He wants 6500. for it I thought maybe 4 to 5k ?? ANy ideas Would that be too much? Thanks in advance for any input good or bad.




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Calvin in CO

12-24-2006 23:58:13




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 Re: Case 800 1957 in reply to Brian in Co, 11-14-2006 17:43:33  
I came here looking for info about the Case 800 since there is one for sale in Loveland, CO. Seems like we are checking out the same tractor. Price is now lowered to $5900 and I'm not going to buy it either. Looking at a Massey Fersuson 150 instead.



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caseman-d

11-15-2006 18:17:41




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 Re: Case 800 1957 in reply to Brian in Co, 11-14-2006 17:43:33  
Brian,
Can you get the serial number of the tractor. Just dawned on me that they only made the the 800 in 58 and 59. The 58 had a rotary style injector pump while the 59 had inline pump.

Not to bad mouth the 800 but I have seen several 800's with loaders that the brace bar of the loader was bolted to the engine frame and it actually busted the block and ruined the engine. I know lots of people put loaders on them but be careful.

I have been around the 3010/3020's and the 4010/4020 tractors. I used to own a 4020 with a 148 loader and it was a very good alround tractor. Actually was bigger than what I needed, just right for farming but little big for my loader needs. Liked the deeres forward / reverse on sycro. transmission.

Another option maybe the Case 70 series tractors. I'm not to familuar with them but haven't heard anything bad. I just feel the 800 isn't the way to go for the money. Also with out seeing the set up it's tough to infor someone which way to go. Got pros and cons both ways.
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Ande

11-15-2006 05:11:41




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 Re: Case 800 1957 in reply to Brian in Co, 11-14-2006 17:43:33  
Brian, I agree with the others here,and you didnt state the condition, tires,and if it was straight and ect..But still that is to high,my thoughts are half of that and it needs to be in fair to good shape.
Ande
PS post a picture if you can,I will give you my 2 cents as a salesman



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caseman-d

11-14-2006 18:27:19




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 Re: Case 800 1957 in reply to Brian in Co, 11-14-2006 17:43:33  
Way high for a 800 unless it's been totally restored and brand new rubber. The three point on my 800 lifts quickly. Can pick up a 800 in my area for around 1500.00-2000.00. For 6500 you should be able to pick up one really nice tractor for that money,
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Brian in Co

11-14-2006 18:50:35




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 Re: Case 800 1957 in reply to caseman-d, 11-14-2006 18:27:19  
It sounded high to me not restored and a few leaks I may look towards the green I found a 3020 jd for 7k with cab and loader and sprayer



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Ande

11-15-2006 17:19:28




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 Re: Case 800 1957 in reply to Brian in Co, 11-14-2006 18:50:35  
Be careful there, is it a gas,they were not the best engine John Deere had



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