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Case SC worth saving?

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hazyhillfarms

06-09-2019 17:04:02




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I have the opportunity to buy a complete SC, non-runner for $300, junk tires. I'm trying to decide if it's even worth it anymore when a decent runner can be had for $800-$1000. Would you waste your time with it when running SC's can be had for so little?




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old

06-10-2019 09:42:45




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 Re: Case SC worth saving? in reply to hazyhillfarms, 06-09-2019 17:04:02  
Most any tractor is worth saving even if only for parts just to keep it from going for scrap



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Lee_K

06-10-2019 08:48:38




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 Re: Case SC worth saving? in reply to hazyhillfarms, 06-09-2019 17:04:02  
Depends on condition and completeness. If the sheet metal is straight you could easily get your money back from it. My uncle bought a nonrunner for parts (mostly sheet metal) and gave the rest to me. I was able to find some used tires and now have it running and driving with not too much into it. Also depends what you want it for and how much its worth to you. I assume you would be working on it yourself otherwise definatly not worth it.

Whatever you decide goodluck!

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c.amick

06-09-2019 18:52:24




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 Re: Case SC worth saving? in reply to hazyhillfarms, 06-09-2019 17:04:02  
If it's nearby it might be worth while buying it. There is a guy just up the road from me that has one in the same condition. I would buy it if I could get it for $300, but the owner thinks it's worth much more than that.



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fossil

06-10-2019 08:11:40




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 Re: Case SC worth saving? in reply to c.amick, 06-09-2019 18:52:24  
I have a dilapidated sc that can be had for 200 in illinois at best could be used for a parts tractor



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oldproudvet

06-09-2019 17:08:09




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 Re: Case SC worth saving? in reply to hazyhillfarms, 06-09-2019 17:04:02  
Depending on the year of it, parts are really important. Later one w/live pto and eagle hitch, very definitely, the earlier years are very common and probably not worth dragging home.



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casecollectorsc

06-09-2019 18:49:37




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 Re: Case SC worth saving? in reply to oldproudvet, 06-09-2019 17:08:09  
Early center exhaust smooth block SC is worth "dragging home".



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hazyhillfarms

06-10-2019 14:47:05




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 Re: Case SC worth saving? in reply to casecollectorsc, 06-09-2019 18:49:37  
It's not one of those, I looked at that first. It's a "generic", mid run production SC, I'm going to take another look at it, what intrigued me the most were the nice fenders. Mine are all rusted out and it would be nice to have a decent pair.



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flatpkr

06-11-2019 10:48:53




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 Re: Case SC worth saving? in reply to hazyhillfarms, 06-10-2019 14:47:05  
Itís worth $300 to get some nice replacement fenders, then you a tractor for future parts if needed. Jim



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