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mtdan

10-01-2007 04:22:14




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I am looking at a 310 case tractor.. it runs good. fair tires, missing side curtans. the man is asking $2500.. whats it worth?




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mtdan

10-02-2007 04:54:03




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 Re: 310 Case tractor. in reply to mtdan, 10-01-2007 04:22:14  
Thanks for the Input Guys !! I am going to make him and offer friday...Dan



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JRT

10-01-2007 21:14:32




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 Re: 310 Case tractor. in reply to mtdan, 10-01-2007 04:22:14  
If the tractor is in as good of shape as you say and you can get him down a little bit you might consider buying it. Those are really good little tractors and the round nose models are becoming sought after collector tractors. They will out work a similar size john deere or ford any day of the week.



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C. Amick

10-01-2007 16:40:23




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 Re: 310 Case tractor. in reply to mtdan, 10-01-2007 04:22:14  
It seems a little high for your area. It may bring that price out east.



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mtdan

10-01-2007 07:04:06




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 Re: 310 Case tractor. in reply to mtdan, 10-01-2007 04:22:14  
It does not smoke..Runs good.. I have been a truck mechanic for 27 years.. It seams hi to me but 8n Ford go for 2500 to 3000. here in western montana.. not many Cases around though. dont know much about this one... Dan



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JGarner

10-01-2007 15:59:36




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 Re: 310 Case tractor. in reply to mtdan, 10-01-2007 07:04:06  
Older Fords go for premium price everywhere. Don't judge the sales price of a Case by what other tractor brands bring. Whether I agree or not with pricing, Case does not seem to sell as high as Ford and JD. I m prejudice and believ the older Cases are far better machines thattheir counterparts of other brands, butthey don't bring as much money. Has to do with supply and demand. everybody seems to want JD and Ford over other brands.

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JGarner

10-01-2007 05:59:22




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 Re: 310 Case tractor. in reply to mtdan, 10-01-2007 04:22:14  
Does it smoke, any blow by, oil in water or water in oil, etc. hard to set a price. Ned to know your location some areas of the country. If you thinks its too much, offer $1500 and find something to complain about, see how bad he squeaks and negotiate from there. Personally I think $2500 is too high for an unrestored tractor unless it is some rare version.



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