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Trying to get an idea of price: 1921 Backhoe Model 580CK

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C. Lacey

05-10-2010 10:42:48




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My husband passed away and I need to sell a 1921 Case backhoe model 580 CK which is in great running condition. I was told this is an antique and might be worth a lot of money. Does anyone have any idea what this is worth? Ser# 8321921. I appreciate any help you might be able to give me.
Thank you so much!
Cindy




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rasman57

05-12-2010 08:58:10




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 Re: Trying to get an idea of price: 1921 Backhoe Model 580C in reply to C. Lacey, 05-10-2010 10:42:48  
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attached photo is of my 1969 gas engine 580CK with 33 Backhoe. It is all painted up because the previous owner knew it woud help sell, but still is just a working backhoe with lots of hours on it and a few leaks and squeaks. He wanted 7500 and ended up selling it for 6500 since that is what the market was willing to pay. Hope that helps.[/img]

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Barry Small

05-12-2010 06:53:03




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 Re: Trying to get an idea of price: 1921 Backhoe Model 5... in reply to C. Lacey, 05-10-2010 10:42:48  
My brother bought a mid 70's madel in perfect condition for $4500 last summer. I even had good original paint that was a little faded but not scrathed much,straight tin,good interior and seat,with intact glass in the cab,not even a crack.I thought that was a pretty good price.



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Cindy Lacey

05-12-2010 08:50:50




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 Re: Trying to get an idea of price: 1921 Backhoe Model 5... in reply to Barry Small, 05-12-2010 06:53:03  
Thank you for your response. After searching more from everyones information, I found that this is a 1967, not a 1921 as I thought. I am very surprised at the number of replies from people. Thank you all so much!



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jdemaris

05-11-2010 15:25:53




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 Re: Trying to get an idea of price: 1921 Backhoe Model 5... in reply to C. Lacey, 05-10-2010 10:42:48  
580CK came out in 1966. It has no collector's value that I ever heard of. It's modern and heavy enough to still be useful as a dirt-mover. In decent useable condition, they tend to bring $3000-$5000. 580CK is just the model of the tractor, not the backhoe on the back. The backhoe has it's own separate model number, e.g. a model # 33.

Only HD backhoe from Case that might get some collector status the first Construction King machine, the 530 that came out in 1960.

Before that, Case had a modified farm tractor with a light duty loader and hoe - the 300 and 320 that came out 1956.

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tom stanley

05-11-2010 16:21:34




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 Re: Trying to get an idea of price: 1921 Backhoe Model 5... in reply to jdemaris, 05-11-2010 15:25:53  
you forgot the model 420 which was the father of the 530 as to your reference to light duty I have a 420 that will and does from time to time dig right beside a 580 L that my partner has yes it has a lighter lifting and digging capacity but for a unit that is 51 years old it still does a LOT of work with the right operator on it just my two cents and I would not trade it away to much life left in it yet. Also just to let you know I sold Case back hoes for over 20 years and have put thousands of hours on them from 420's to 580M darn fine machines!! Guess thats why Case was the first to market a machine totally of their own manufacture in 1956 and was the first with many of the features most others now use and have been #1 in sales and resale value in the last 50 or so years no other brand commands the trade in and or resale that a CASE will, WOW I sound like a commercial!!! " sorry didn't mean to rant" I'm done Tom

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jdemaris

05-11-2010 18:29:52




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 Re: Trying to get an idea of price: 1921 Backhoe Model 5... in reply to tom stanley, 05-11-2010 16:21:34  
I didn't forget the existence of the 420; just wasn't trying to write a thesis on Case industrial tractor evolution.

If the reference-frame is equipment specifically designed for earth moving, the early Cases certainly were/are light duty. The 1956 Case with backhoe used an ag. front loader. As I recall the first truly dedicated Case industrial/hoe was 57 or 58 and the diesel version used a Continental engine. Case tweaked things with a torque converter, adding their own diesel, and designing (or redesigning) and new hoe instead of using a Davis or ATC design.

Just because I called early models (and still am) light duty when compared to other industrial equipment, that's not saying they weren't tough. I've got a 320 Case hoe and it's just as tough as my 1963 Ford 4000 Industrial hoe/loader which is also NOT heavy-duty. Not when compared to my 580CK or Deere 300B.

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Cas

05-10-2010 16:46:35




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 Re: Trying to get an idea of price: 1921 Backhoe Model 5... in reply to C. Lacey, 05-10-2010 10:42:48  
Antique and worth a lot of money often give
false hope. The previous posts have said a lot.
Your location and backhoe condition are probably
most important. The amount of time you can wait
to sell and how much you advertise are also
important.



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JGarner

05-10-2010 13:35:56




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 Re: Trying to get an idea of price: 1921 Backhoe Model 5... in reply to C. Lacey, 05-10-2010 10:42:48  
Cindy, asking price also depends on what part of the country you live. THe 580CK, while towing behind a pick up on a gooseneck trailer is possible it would be a load for a half ton, more likely would require a 3/4 or 1 ton pick up. Transportation distance/costs can also effect what you will be able to sell it for.

Jim



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tom stanley

05-10-2010 12:42:30




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 Re: Trying to get an idea of price: 1921 Backhoe Model 5... in reply to C. Lacey, 05-10-2010 10:42:48  
Lamont is correct as to the year 1967, price matters as to diesel,gas cab ect; where I live NE Wyoming one of these at action will bring 2500-6500 depending on condition and options hope this helps and sorry for your loss Tom



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TimBinWV

05-10-2010 12:42:24




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 Re: Trying to get an idea of price: 1921 Backhoe Model 5... in reply to C. Lacey, 05-10-2010 10:42:48  
These listings are from Machinerytrader, just to give you an idea of what it may be worth.

http://www.machinerytrader.com/list/list.aspx?ETID=1&catid=1046&Manu=CASE&Mdltxt=580C&mdlx=exact



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Lamont

05-10-2010 11:23:48




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 Re: Trying to get an idea of price: 1921 Backhoe Model 5... in reply to C. Lacey, 05-10-2010 10:42:48  
I think someone might have misled you on the year model. It's more like something from 1967. Depending on the condition, it might be worth a decent sum. It's certainly not considered a collector's piece unless it's in showroom condition. Do you have any pictures you cold post to give a better idea?



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