Can anyone tell me what I should ask as a price for a 1951 VAC row crop? It has the pulley and eagle hitch/3pt. The engine turns, but it needs starter and generator to run. The tires are poor, but up. The hood and grill is in great condition but it is missing the side panels that go on either side of the gas tank. Its setting in NE Okla. Ive got no way to show pics.
Re: Setting a price for a VAC in reply to Farmallb, 08-23-2019 10:09:36
The last 2 VAC I have picked up I paid $300 for the one and it needed a fuel line and a bit of wiring fixed but ran and drove off the trailer less then 2 hours after I got it and the other one I paid $200 but it needed a distributor and a carb rebuild to run and still needs some TLC. I'd sell the one that needs TLC for $300 but it also needs one rear tire. So does that give you any ideas of what one might be worth. I'm in Missouri and oh by the way both have Stockton 3 point hitches on them
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