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1957 td14 for sale

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Joel Keplin

01-09-2004 13:34:51

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Hi I have a 1957 td14 for sale, It has 1731 hours on it and is in great condition. Thanks Joel

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king of obsolete

01-09-2004 17:07:42

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 Re: 1957 td14 for sale in reply to Joel Keplin, 01-09-2004 13:34:51  
for pictures go to redpower, i posted them for joel, it is a nice machine, thanks,----http://redpowermagazine.com/cgi/yabb/YaBB.cgi?board=news ------enjoy

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01-09-2004 15:02:21

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 Re: 1957 td14 for sale in reply to Joel Keplin, 01-09-2004 13:34:51  
Where is it? How much $$? Any pictures? And do you honestly think a 1957 dozer has 1731 hours on it Mr Kaplin, er, Keplin?

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01-09-2004 17:16:03

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 Re: Re: 1957 td14 for sale in reply to Lawrence, 01-09-2004 15:02:21  
I live in Ripon WI and I would like 5500.00 for it and yes I have picts of it. That is the correct hours on it. I bought it from a older farmer that had it in his shed since he purchased it in 1962 he bought it used with 1251 hours on it. He used it to clean out fence lines and then parked in the shed. It runs excellent. It has a cargo winch on the back also.I bought it with 1702 hours on it and used it to push out a silt trap in the field.

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01-09-2004 16:18:06

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 Re: Re: 1957 td14 for sale in reply to Lawrence, 01-09-2004 15:02:21  
I don't know about his but I've got a Case 310 G that has 10.9 ORIGNAL hours on it

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01-09-2004 16:33:49

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 Re: Re: Re: 1957 td14 for sale in reply to Larry806, 01-09-2004 16:18:06  
Would you sell it for the same price as it sold for brand new? Now that's a deal, no depreciation after 40 years. Let me know if it's for sale

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01-09-2004 16:31:06

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 Re: Re: Re: 1957 td14 for sale in reply to Larry806, 01-09-2004 16:18:06  
Who would pay thousands, and thousands, and thousands of dollars for a dozer and not use it for decades, and decades, and decades? A museum or an eccentric millionaire would be my best guess...but for us normal folk, it's either (a) an honest, but misinformed/misguided owner retelling "the story" told by the last seller, OR (b) a deliberately tweaked hour meter has been added into the mix (for obvious reasons at the time of resale). But hey, thats just my take. Your mileage may vary.

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Billy NY

01-10-2004 08:22:20

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: 1957 td14 for sale in reply to Lawrence, 01-09-2004 16:31:06  
Most of the time these "low hour" crawlers seem suspicious, but nonetheless, they do exist, may be difficult to actually verify, but if you think about how many tractors & equipment was manufactured since the 30's, there is a ton of iron in this country. People let things sit or hold onto them forever after buying newer, take into consideration how much has been " dragged out of the weeds " and how much is still sitting, finding them is half the fun ! I bought a 1945 CAT D-7 with 993 original hours on it, was left over from the government and had 2 owners since auction in 1970 with 0 hours. I have no reason to believe any different, the hour meter works properly, ( was never removed or tampered with), the U/C measures up as well, the grousers have less than 1/2" worn off, and the rest of the U/C is very close to new, hardly any wear. The seller was a real nice honest guy, I bought it sight unseen ( fool ! )it was represented well, and he immediately sent good photos of the U/C, so as the saying goes " A fool and his money are soon parted "! In my case I made a character judgment that I was right about, not always the case. I paid under $5000, and had it shipped 1200 miles. Around here someone would try to get double that, so was best to broaden my search. It ran fine, both motors seem tight and the diesel fires up easily, nothing suspect so far, I am replacing the master clutch ( it went, close to 60 years old & the dry clutches were the only real weak area on these) and will have to change all oils, in the finals, trans etc. thorough lube, + a lot of other little items, so it's not without a little work to get it back in good running shape and have everthing looked over properly. I don't recommend the practice of buying sight unseen, but quite often you will find deals out there, at least worth investigating, just as much as you have people out there, trying to sell machines with good U/C's that are shot. I have seen many for sale that were priced right and worth investigating, and others that were plainly obvious to run away from. I was fortunate to be familiar with this particular, model, I have an earlier one same s/n run, with a ton of hours on it. I think after careful inspection of a potential low hour one, you should be able to tell if someone is trying to rake you over the coals. Oh well, enuff out of me on that.... buyer beware, never forget that !

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