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Don Rudolph

10-06-2012 20:59:53

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What is a 1966 1030 with 50% tires, a little rough around the edges, an overhaul w/no powercel work done (has to be plugged in below 60 degrees) worth? Thanks, Don

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Bruce from Can.

10-08-2012 02:41:53

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 Re: 1030 worth? in reply to Don Rudolph, 10-06-2012 20:59:53  
Low compresion diesels get tough to start once things cool down. That tractor should have a manifold heater. Once temps drop to the 40-45 F I will use the heater or plug them in. No big deal either way,exspect a lot of smoke till things warm up. Bruce

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Ken Jentges

10-07-2012 18:53:04

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 Re: 1030 worth? in reply to Don Rudolph, 10-06-2012 20:59:53  
Don, I paid $2500 for my 1030 western. Sounds like about the same shape. I thought all 1030's had to be plugged in. A friend always says it can be 100 degrees, and if you stop for lunch, walk past it with an ice cream cone, it won't start!

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Hoofer B

10-07-2012 04:03:05

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 Re: 1030 worth? in reply to Don Rudolph, 10-06-2012 20:59:53  
Hi Don, One sold at auction near me two months ago for $2,000. Condition was close to what you described. Bill

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