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12-08-1999 17:23:49

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what is one in good condition with a plow(one bottom) worth? thanks a bunch

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12-12-1999 02:43:30

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 Re: VAC in reply to FM, 12-08-1999 17:23:49  
I have five VA series tractors. Two late 40s one running ($450.00) one still stuck($100.00) One 52 vai running good tin and rubber ($400.00). One 52 vac with loader needs carb. ( $600.00) One 54 vac14 blown engine, parts tractor. I bought it for the eagle hitch that was on it ( $300.00) Hope this give you some help. This is in southern Maine,where there are not a lot of case tractors available. They are not worth that much around here, but that seems to be changing. Rick

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12-09-1999 13:22:13

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 Re: VAC in reply to FM, 12-08-1999 17:23:49  
I think the best response I've seen posted on this dicussion board to answer your question is "what you are willing to pay and what the seller is willing to sell it for". Depending on condition $300 - $2,500. Case produced a lot of these tractors so they don't have a lot of collector value yet. It is a hard working, easy to work on tractor. Parts are still available from the manufactor and bone yards.

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