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1952 sc value.

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handcrank

04-09-2013 18:53:27




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any idea what i should ask for a 52 case sc? Good rubber, metal in great shape,except for fenders.good raditator,good oil preasure and lights and hyds.tractor runs but needs carb work.(won,t k eep running).left hand,hand clutch.when running it leaks oil around the valve cover. Had intentions of restoring it,but health issues come first. Would be a great project tractor.also have the hand crank.

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dzc3

04-11-2013 03:46:55




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 Re: 1952 sc value. in reply to handcrank, 04-09-2013 18:53:27  
Where are you located?



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Nedd

04-10-2013 09:51:21




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 Re: 1952 sc value. in reply to handcrank, 04-09-2013 18:53:27  
52 should have eagle hitch. I would put it around $800-1000. More options and better tires move up. Options being dual hydraulics, wide front, belt pulley installed etc.



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