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Farmall Tractor Identification and value

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Beatles65

07-10-2017 19:05:45




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This is a Farmall C right? Serial number 53462. What would you think it'd be worth? It has sat for a number of years now. It looks like the restoration was almost done. Just needed decals. Converted to 12 volt. Left rear tire has gone low and cracked because of that. Fronts have gone flat. I was able to get it to turn over. It would need a new battery. It has a three point and wide front. Don't know it the engine was gone through, but my guess is that it was. What do you think it is worth? Also what do you think the plow it worth. It looks home made. Also how about the single bottom plow? and lastly what do you think the manure spreader is worth? I have the opportunity to buy, but just trying to get a ball park price. Thanks!

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john *.?-!.* cub owner

07-12-2017 09:59:12




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 Re: Farmall Tractor Identification and value in reply to Beatles65, 07-10-2017 19:05:45  
The single bottom plow appears to be for a Super A or a cub, hard to tell by that picture. If for cub it needs the depth control lever.



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spotlite33

07-11-2017 18:24:26




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 Re: Farmall Tractor Identification and value in reply to Beatles65, 07-10-2017 19:05:45  
Not sure if any white paint was found during the restore, but the serial number falls within the range of the Demonstrator program. 47010 - 54411



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Beatles65

07-12-2017 05:09:47




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 Re: Farmall Tractor Identification and value in reply to spotlite33, 07-11-2017 18:24:26  
Were all the tractors that fall between those serial numbers demonstrators then? Or were there some that were not?



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spotlite33

07-14-2017 19:43:41




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 Re: Farmall Tractor Identification and value in reply to Beatles65, 07-12-2017 05:09:47  
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John is correct. Not all in that range were demonstrators. Besides serial number and casting dates, you need to find white paint and not a white primer from a restoration. This is my Super A demo. You can clearly see white paint but I checked the serial number all the casting dates and checked the paint over real good before I was 100 % sure. I also have a Cub and a C demo.

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John M

07-12-2017 09:07:14




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 Re: Farmall Tractor Identification and value in reply to Beatles65, 07-12-2017 05:09:47  
No. not all were demos.



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gab

07-11-2017 15:01:23




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 Re: Farmall Tractor Identification and value in reply to Beatles65, 07-10-2017 19:05:45  
It's a C, sheet metal looks good from here, the hitch cost somebody some money, fenders and fruit jar precleaner, wide front's probably worth $500. to somebody and steers harder than he!! where a narrow front steers nice. It's got some goodies on it and if anybody knew that spreader was there it would have been gone for a grand long ago.



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John M

07-11-2017 07:55:26




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 Re: Farmall Tractor Identification and value in reply to Beatles65, 07-10-2017 19:05:45  
Id offer $2500 for all of it, and go from there.



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47fivewindow

07-11-2017 04:48:01




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 Re: Farmall Tractor Identification and value in reply to Beatles65, 07-10-2017 19:05:45  
I bought that 3 pt hitch conversion from Value Built many years ago. It was over $800.00 then. I would think it would add some value



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BarnyardEngineering

07-11-2017 04:35:37




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 Re: Farmall Tractor Identification and value in reply to Beatles65, 07-10-2017 19:05:45  
$1500 if the tractor is RUNNING. It probably will, judging by the way it was stored, so my number would be closer to $1500 than the normal $500 a non-running derelict would normally be worth.

The one-bottom plow fits a Cub or an A.



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JOHN - OH

07-10-2017 20:03:53




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 Re: Farmall Tractor Identification and value in reply to Beatles65, 07-10-2017 19:05:45  
Around here the tractor would bring $1000.00-1500.00. The small manure spreader would get $800.00-1000.00 maybe more depending who was there. How's that steam engine you bought a few years back? Running, driving , any videos??



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Beatles65

07-12-2017 05:11:12




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 Re: Farmall Tractor Identification and value in reply to JOHN - OH, 07-10-2017 20:03:53  
Unfortunately I haven't gotten it done and running yet. Here someday I suppose!



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CNKS

07-10-2017 19:25:48




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 Re: Farmall Tractor Identification and value in reply to Beatles65, 07-10-2017 19:05:45  
In SW Kansas about $1500, other parts are several hundred dollars. The best are the 2 bottom plow and small manure implement, if needed. 3 point looks like it is made by the owner. In it's age it was a good tractor. Hard to steer at slow mph.



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