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Additions to the herd

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dkeav

08-07-2013 07:30:02




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Snagged a couple nice very local 30 series before they went to the auction block. The 1030 only has 1800 hours, the 930 about 4500hrs. Both have been in a shed since the mid/late 80's, working on the fuel systems now, pretty gummed up.

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Fred E.

08-08-2013 16:17:50




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 Re: Additions to the herd in reply to dkeav, 08-07-2013 07:30:02  
Very nice looking tractors. I have these also, the 1030 was my uncles with just over 5000hrs. on it, but the engine is getting water in the oil. Got to find the problem, may be a sleeve, motor has never been into since he bought it in 68.
The 930 is a project tractor, have two making into one tractor, one of them has a busted block right down the middle of the sleeves. Sad to see neglect like that.
These are great tractors.
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Paul A Young

08-08-2013 06:07:27




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 Re: Additions to the herd in reply to dkeav, 08-07-2013 07:30:02  
Wow,those two look like really nice strait tractors! Congratulations.



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casecollectorsc

08-07-2013 20:27:27




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 Re: Additions to the herd in reply to dkeav, 08-07-2013 07:30:02  
Probably don't need to tell you, but make sure the rack is free on the injection pump. It is very exciting when they are stuck wide open!



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dkeav

08-07-2013 13:31:41




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 Re: Additions to the herd in reply to dkeav, 08-07-2013 07:30:02  
[quote="Kevin B from Illinois"](quoted from post at 11:53:10 08/07/13)

The family that owned these had a really nice open station 1175, cabbed 970,1070 and 2390. Everything was bought local, one owner low hour. The lot was to go to an auction house in one go, we were able to get the 30 series, and an 811B before that though. The 811B is a basket case, but I'm thinking about picking some brains here and turning it into a puller, there are no case pullers around here and a family member needs his MM U spanked.

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Agri King

08-08-2013 05:20:43




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 Re: Additions to the herd in reply to dkeav, 08-07-2013 13:31:41  
Do they still have the 1175 etc?



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dkeav

08-08-2013 08:03:00




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 Re: Additions to the herd in reply to Agri King, 08-08-2013 05:20:43  
The other tractors and equipment are being purchased by Ted Everett Farm Equipment in Monrovia, IN. I assume they will end up in an auction or on tractorhouse shortly after that.



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dkeav

08-08-2013 05:26:47




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 Re: Additions to the herd in reply to Agri King, 08-08-2013 05:20:43  
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No everything is sold in one lot to a dealer/auction house. I will see if I can locate where they will end up though.



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Kevin B from Illinois

08-07-2013 11:53:10




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 Re: Additions to the herd in reply to dkeav, 08-07-2013 07:30:02  
Thanks I do understand My cousin and I restored a 1030 to pristine condition he owned it got laid off and had to let it go to an auction at Meacum in Elkhorn WI got $6000 biggest mistake he said he ever made way to cheap but enjoy yours they dress up nice.



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Dalet

08-07-2013 18:24:24




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 Re: Additions to the herd in reply to Kevin B from Illinois, 08-07-2013 11:53:10  
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6K isn't a bad price if you are selling a 1030, was it all parade ready?



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Kevin B from Illinois

08-07-2013 18:28:16




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 Re: Additions to the herd in reply to Dalet, 08-07-2013 18:24:24  
Yes totally



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Kevin B from Illinois

08-07-2013 09:45:01




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 Re: Additions to the herd in reply to dkeav, 08-07-2013 07:30:02  
Just asking if I could what you had to give for the 1030 have a buddy looking for one.



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dkeav

08-07-2013 10:17:21




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 Re: Additions to the herd in reply to Kevin B from Illinois, 08-07-2013 09:45:01  


Less than should have for sure, not sure if the original owner wants it out though, so lets just say less than $5k.

Can't wait to get the cab off and get it running. Blew a tire on the 930 pulling it home though, so that one is getting the attention first.
This post was edited by dkeav at 10:18:20 08/07/13.



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