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Farmall 300 valuation question

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NY 986

01-13-2018 07:28:51




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A friend is looking at a 300 narrow front end, no fast hitch, and T/A is unknown at this point. Pretty decent front tires and rear tires are older Goodyear's at 60 percent. Work clothes appearance but paint definitely still on it. Engine not recently worked on but suppose to be in very good condition. I was thinking 1,300 hundred dollars or a little less.




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pinball

01-14-2018 04:26:48




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 Re: Farmall 300 valuation question in reply to NY 986, 01-13-2018 07:28:51  
Cosmetic appearance and how well it runs and location will dictate the price. without any hitch its limited on what you can use it for. you need to try to figure how much it will cost you after you get it. basic oil change, tune up, carb rebuild, etc, it can mount up quickly. Definetly check for any oil leaks. being satisfied with what ever you pay for a tractor is a must. unforeseen problem some times cant be helped but visual problems some times tend to get over looked. One of the most important thing when you buy something is can you trust the seller. For the most part people are honest. its the ones that aren't that creates a problem. Good luck in what ever you do.

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Janicholson

01-13-2018 09:26:29




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 Re: Farmall 300 valuation question in reply to NY 986, 01-13-2018 07:28:51  
If the tractor starts and runs on all cylinders it is a fair deal. Put it in 5th gear with the TA back and near full throttle. With a clear path ahead, let out the clutch crisply. If the tractor moves right on out, and then when the lever is moved quickly to direct, changes ranges without slipping, it is a good deal. Jim



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