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Thoughts on value of Super C with 60" Woods mower

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bassmasta76

04-15-2017 12:07:46




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Howdy all,

Just a quick question (that I'm sure probably isn't a quick answer).
I'm going to look at a '54 Super C with a 60" Woods Belly mower. The gentlemen who owns it said he used to mow his yard with it but ended up getting a newer zero-turn mower instead.

I've not seen it yet, but per our discussion, the sheet metal is good and the tractor is in overall good running order. It has been converted to 12v and has a new battery. He says the tires are good but a little worn... We'll see. It's been kept inside and he starts it every so often to make sure it runs ok.

I don't remember the model of mower, but he mentioned that it was left handed, and that the bearings were replaced within the last few years.

Anyway, I'll know more when I take a look at it, but he's asking $1900, which seems like a fair price. I'm in NW Indiana if that helps give an idea for value.

From what little I've read so far, most people love their Super C, so that gives me a little confidence that they are good tractors.

I've already got 2 H's, so this would be for mowing and play while the H's are projects.

As always, thanks in advance to the experts here :).

--b

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Whiskey Bent

04-16-2017 20:16:47




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 Re: Thoughts on value of Super C with 60" Woods mower in reply to bassmasta76, 04-15-2017 12:07:46  
Worn tires on a belly mower tractor is a good thing, it wont tear up the grass so bad when turning. I have a belly mower on a H and love it! Price sounds good also.



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OldFarmall450

04-16-2017 08:43:44




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 Re: Thoughts on value of Super C with 60" Woods mower in reply to bassmasta76, 04-15-2017 12:07:46  
I know when i started looking at tractors (online) i looked and considered about a dozen, and after i priced tires the condition of the rear tires were the deciding factor. Replacement cost was too great. I got a bigger tractor then i wanted, but the rear tires are about 75%. My .02



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gab

04-15-2017 20:22:52




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 Re: Thoughts on value of Super C with 60 in reply to bassmasta76, 04-15-2017 12:07:46  
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I'd rather have a Fasthitch Super C than two Hs, sounds like a good price to me.

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FastFarmall

04-16-2017 07:15:44




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 Re: Thoughts on value of Super C with 60 in reply to gab, 04-15-2017 20:22:52  
The Super C with fast hitch, is one of the sweetest tractor out there, in my opinion.



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bassmasta76

04-15-2017 19:47:33




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 Re: Thoughts on value of Super C with 60" Woods mower in reply to bassmasta76, 04-15-2017 12:07:46  
Thanks for the replies thus far. I hope to go see it tomorrow and make a decision. I'm sure that if I do pick it up, I'll have a lot of questions ;)

--b



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teddy52food

04-15-2017 19:42:25




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 Re: Thoughts on value of Super C with 60 in reply to bassmasta76, 04-15-2017 12:07:46  
I got one for $1200 but the rears are old. Still hold air & not checked too bad . They are 10 X 36.



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Russ from MN

04-15-2017 18:23:16




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 Re: Thoughts on value of Super C with 60 in reply to bassmasta76, 04-15-2017 12:07:46  
Sounds like a very good deal to me.



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Janicholson

04-15-2017 15:16:11




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 Re: Thoughts on value of Super C with 60 in reply to bassmasta76, 04-15-2017 12:07:46  
If as described and a fast hitch it is a good buy with standard drawbar it is a reasonable buy



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DanMD

04-15-2017 13:22:11




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 Re: Thoughts on value of Super C with 60" Woods mower in reply to bassmasta76, 04-15-2017 12:07:46  
I paid 2 grand for a similar tractor two years ago. It had newee firestones. I love it.



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