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My Old Case Tractor.....needs a home!

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Horsey Girl

06-13-2012 11:53:31

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Hi, I have some questions for anyone out there...I have a 530 Case Backhoe that I need to either fix or sell as is. I just 4 months ago replaced all the hoses and back cylinders. I have owned it for the the past 30+ years and used it very little. Now it doesn"t want to start and I have 2 other tractors so I don"t need it anymore.
So my questions are; How do I find out what it is worth? What is best way to market it for sale? It is located in Northren California.
Any help with this is greatly appreciated.
Thank You!

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H0rsey Girl

06-14-2012 08:52:33

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 Re: My Old Case Tractor.....needs a home! in reply to Horsey Girl, 06-13-2012 11:53:31  
Thank you so much for your advice. It is diesel and in fair condition for it's age but it could use new paint.

I will have the starting problem evaluated to see what going on and if I should get it fixed before selling it or just walk away.

I never thought to put it on Craigslist or Ebay, I was thinking only Tractor sites with classified ads. Thanks again!

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06-13-2012 18:18:23

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 Re: My Old Case Tractor.....needs a home! in reply to Horsey Girl, 06-13-2012 11:53:31  
Overall condition will still play a roll in how much your machine is worth, even with it not running. Is it gas or diesel? Tires good? Breaks or welds on boom/loader? It might be best to troubleshoot the starting pproblem , even if you don't fix it, just to give a prospective buyer some kind of idea what it would take to repair it. All of those things will go a long ways towards determining if it's a fixer-upper, or a parts machine. eBay and Craigslist are a couple of ways to sell your machine that will reach more people than just putting a sign on it next to the road somewhere.

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Glenn F.

06-13-2012 18:16:01

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 Re: My Old Case Tractor.....needs a home! in reply to Horsey Girl, 06-13-2012 11:53:31  
Just speaking in general terms, I'd say it'd be worth twice as much if it were running.


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06-13-2012 16:45:01

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 Re: My Old Case Tractor.....needs a home! in reply to Horsey Girl, 06-13-2012 11:53:31  
wish you were in the midwest, i have a hankering for a backhoe to do some tile and crossing work i wish you well gobble

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