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Vintage Case Tractor Collection

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05-18-2014 07:18:43

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Does anyone want to buy a collection of 6 Case tractors, LA'S, DC'S, D, SC'S as "one" lot one price, Elvin passed away, he restored some and didn't get some done, some run excellent, some parters left, and 1 Case D repaired one, looks like a puzzle to put back together.Widow lady wants to move them along real quick, makes her heart sad to see them there and remind of Elvin, she doesn't need the money, the siblings don't want them, she doesn't want to give them away and she does not have a pie in the sky price on them, just asking average auction or fair $$$ value... thinking tops $15,000 USD for the works, you come load and go Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada

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05-19-2014 09:15:59

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 Re: Vintage Case Tractor Collection in reply to BUFFALOJUMP, 05-18-2014 07:18:43  
George that you?

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05-19-2014 04:10:31

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 Re: Vintage Case Tractor Collection in reply to BUFFALOJUMP, 05-18-2014 07:18:43  
I have been attending large antique tractor auctions for years and to be honest your price is probably double what they will actually bring at auction. On average they will bring $900-1200 each running and the parts tractor wouldn't bring more then scrap value right now would be around $400. Now if they are all painted and with decent tires you may get a little more, added to the fact unless you find someone near Medicine Hat many people are not going to want to pay top dollar just because of shipping costs alone.

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