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DCS Case growing in a tree

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Hoofer B

05-30-2020 10:24:47




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Well, actually the tree was growing into the tractor. Complete, but in rough shape, rusty and mossy. Still had the single rib front tires. Not for sale as the owner is going to fix it up. O Well. Bill




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Case Nutty 1660

05-31-2020 04:14:36




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 Re: DCS Case growing in a tree in reply to Hoofer B, 05-30-2020 10:24:47  
I have a DCS I would consider selling,, sure not giving it away but I would sell it



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Wrangler1973

05-31-2020 19:08:28




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 Re: DCS Case growing in a tree in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 05-31-2020 04:14:36  
What are you asking for the DCS, CNT? What kind of condition is it in? Does it have the Eagle hitch? Sorry for all the questions but I'm helping a family get some of their father's tractors running and they have a DC4 that has a pretty nice paint job and when it feels like starting it runs pretty well. They are asking $3000 for it which a few people, including myself, think it's a bit too much considering the vintage tractor market currently.

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Case Nutty 1660

06-01-2020 05:21:50




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 Re: DCS Case growing in a tree in reply to Wrangler1973, 05-31-2020 19:08:28  
no DCS ever had Eagle Hitch/3pt the DCS is a high Clearance tractor low production,, it needs a full restoration but does run,, I will get to it some day I hope,, but I could use the money in it to buy a set of four new 23.1x26 for a 1470 I have sitting due to blown tires,, I would let mine go for 5K it may not be worth that to some and that's fine but that is what it will take to buy it and yes I am 100% firm on that price,,

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wilson ind

05-31-2020 06:26:08




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 Re: DCS Case growing in a tree in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 05-31-2020 04:14:36  
I just might be interested in buying the old girl BACK. Selling the DI factory one too"?



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Case Nutty 1660

05-31-2020 07:41:51




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 Re: DCS Case growing in a tree in reply to wilson ind, 05-31-2020 06:26:08  
no not know,,, lol



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Chuck machinist

05-30-2020 14:50:38




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 Re: DCS Case growing in a tree in reply to Hoofer B, 05-30-2020 10:24:47  
Wish I had a Dollar every time I heard the old saying Im going to fix it up, Id be driving a 2500 HD Denali GMC.CM Hee!



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