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Re: case 1394

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1394 is the same basic tractor as the 1210 Case or David Brown, just newer. I REALLY like a 1210. Probably my all time favorite tractor of all colors. Should have similar results with the 1394. I know on the 1390 (in between 1210 and 1394) the tranmission shifter linkages could be a real pain and I would expect like most other DB plaforms I would expect Lucas electronics (Lucas, the man who invented darkness) and some fluid leaks. That said I am running a 1210 and 1410 now plus a couple of other, other colors. They do more work on less fuel than anything I have. Keep the oil changed and they are almost indestructable. As with any other tractor they have their quirks but if the price is right (and it usually is on these) they are normally a good buy. I would go $8000 (US) on one at a sale and expect to make a few $ if under 2500 hrs and looked good with good rubber. Prob go $9000 (US) if buying to keep and appeared in good shape. Of course I've seen them that $900 would be too much. Spent $7.5K on my 1210 8 yrs ago and wouldn't take that for it now. Spent 5K on the 1410 and then put another 5K in it and it still won't charge right. That makes it a high priced piece of iron. Email with specifics.

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