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Norma Snethen

10-08-2009 09:01:37




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I have a Case R tractor on steel that my late husband had along with a Fordson on rubber. I want to find out which one is of more value in order to give them to my sons.




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Alan Golden

10-08-2009 17:14:42




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 Re: Case R Tractor on steel in reply to Norma Snethen, 10-08-2009 09:01:37  
I will agree with what Don said...the R will be of greater value than the Fordson. I, also, can be adopted....or might agree to be a kept boytoy if I got to keep the R.



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Don L.

10-08-2009 13:06:41




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 Re: Case R Tractor on steel in reply to Norma Snethen, 10-08-2009 09:01:37  
Easy call..... ..... .The Case R trumps the Fordson. Provided the Fordson is a common production run like most are. I am up for adoption.
Have fun
Don L.



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Norma Snethen

10-08-2009 16:35:52




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 Re: Case R Tractor on steel in reply to Don L., 10-08-2009 13:06:41  
I forgot to mention the Fordson is an English Fordson, I haven't located the year of either. Would that make a difference? Neither is for sale at this point.



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Don L.

10-09-2009 05:43:31




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 Re: Case R Tractor on steel in reply to Norma Snethen, 10-08-2009 16:35:52  
The R on full steel trumps an English Fordson on rubber by at least 3 to 1 in the same condition. Better give the second boy 2 more.
Don L.



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