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Re: Earliest surviving IH tractor

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02-16-2001 07:16:57




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Don't know about the IHC, but that $1,000,000 JD was on Ebay last fall with a $600,000 minimum and they didn't get one bid. Guess know one wanted to make an instant $400,000 eh? There is an ongoing arguement about legitimacy of that JD from what I have read on their boards.




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John

02-16-2001 08:11:56




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 Re: Re: Earliest surviving IH tractor in reply to 39H, 02-16-2001 07:16:57  
What we do know is that the one million dollar John Deere is not worth $600,000!



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Bill B

02-16-2001 11:46:17




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 Re: Re: Re: Earliest surviving IH tractor in reply to John, 02-16-2001 08:11:56  
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My father used to say, "nothing is worth nothing until the money changes hands". I could put a price of $10,000 on my F12 with the jeep motor, but that dont mean its worth that.



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Red Dave

02-16-2001 07:55:49




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 Re: Re: Earliest surviving IH tractor in reply to 39H, 02-16-2001 07:16:57  
I have heard stories that Case/IH has one of the original Farmalls stashed away some place, along with some other notable and historic tractors. No idea if any of those stories are true. Maybe somebody like Guy Fay or Ken Updike could verify or debunk the stories. I too saw a so-called rare/valuable early John Deere on ebay last year. I don't remember the specific numbers, but it could have been that one. Supposedly it had been displayed at the Smithsonian or something like that (it looked like just another john deere to me). I love these old Farmall tractors, but I haven't seen or heard of any yet that I would pay a million dollars for, even if I had the money.

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Kenny Christopherson-some info

02-16-2001 14:29:42




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 Re: Re: Re: Earliest surviving IH tractor in reply to Red Dave, 02-16-2001 07:55:49  
There is a John Deere that is in one of my books- it is called "The American Farm Tractor" which is by Randy Leffingwell. Ther is a JD GP, 23 tricycles were built, in which only 2 are known to exist.. It has a narrow front, and steel wheels. A lot of people have the GP WT, which is obviously the wide tread model. If you haven't heard of it, well now you have..



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