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Farmall 706 wide front - what is it worth?

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RTR

07-09-2018 18:14:54




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What is a farmall 706 Tractor (the one in the picture) worth in good running working condition ? Thinking about buying this one to resell and make a few extra bucks if the price is right. I might even put a new coat of paint on it if it would help the value third party image third party image

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rustred

07-10-2018 20:11:38




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 Re: Farmall 706 wide front - what is it worth? in reply to RTR, 07-09-2018 18:14:54  
you want to devalue that tractor?>>> then paint it! looks like factory paint to me so leave it as is, thats the bonus there!my nieghbour is trying to sell me his 706 german diesel for 200.00 and im leary of that. it runs but leaks coolant into the pan. that is about a 2000-2500 tractor. so need to buy it for less than that. can be lots wrong till you jump on and drive it. no sense turning into a tractor jockey... as you will just get a bad name from that. enough of those guys around!

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The tractor vet

07-10-2018 23:29:52




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 Re: Farmall 706 wide front - what is it worth? in reply to rustred, 07-10-2018 20:11:38  
Now now not all Jockey's are the same , i did it in conjunction with my repair shop , each tractor that i bought and sold went thru the shop and many got field tested before they were sold and i gave WARRANTY on what i did and sold . If they got a new T/A they got three year warranty , if i did nothing to them but check them out they got 90 days . Many of the ones i drug home came from DEAD ROWS and needed new life put into them . Many of my close friends own them tractors to this day . My one friend would not be farming if it was not for me as 90 percent of what he farms with was bought from me and five percent i went with him to check it out . I had a thing for 706's and if there was one in a sale all the auctioneers knew where to look for the bidder and ya usually heard when the hammer dropped Ohio bound . I know my I H tractors inside and out up to the 86's to the point that no matter the job i only need one trip to the tool box or the truck for the job at hand . And the fact that i have all the factory tools to do the job .

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The tractor vet

07-10-2018 09:07:23




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 Re: Farmall 706 wide front - what is it worth? in reply to RTR, 07-09-2018 18:14:54  
Well since i have probably bought more 706's then any one on here i can tell ya this at today's prices you are not going to steal it and i don't care wha the owner tells yayour buying a pig in a poke . Thus you may find out once home that you will find things that may dig into any ideas of making your retirement funds grow. First off i can see that the ft. weight bracket is GONE probably has 15.5 38's on it , yes it's a German diesel and they can get expensive to work on fast. What about the T/A , what you may think is good just puttsen around seam good still may be out and today your not going to replace that T/A for what i was getting them for and while your there ya may as well do the clutch , OH it's hard to get it into rev so now another problem to deal with and what about that slight CLICKING your hearing coming from the transmission , OH it will not set on a grade in park . And paint work have you priced paint lately ?? I was out on a service call yesterday and a customer friend ' s son has wanted to switch to the dark side as he wanted a 4020 power shift for years . Well he found one on the net and he bought it on the net and he paid BIG money for it drove 10 hours one way to get it and drove ten hours home and once home he starts to find out thaqt OH hey this is not what the guy claimed it to be and is mad at me because he did not like what i had to say about what was wrong with it . when he got there to pick it up it was RUNNING and drove on the trailer as he already PAID for it before hand . Once home they had a problem getting it started and found out that the starter was TOAST , batterys were nice and clean but junk and seams the power shift has a slight hesitation in it and some slippage issues , but hey it's a nice new paint late model 4020 and OH it is really hard starting and needs either to get going ands smokes bad till it gets well warmed up .

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ih560

07-09-2018 19:41:56




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 Re: Farmall 706 wide front - what is it worth? in reply to RTR, 07-09-2018 18:14:54  
Also, are those 14.9x38's on the rear of that?



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ih560

07-09-2018 19:40:13




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 Re: Farmall 706 wide front - what is it worth? in reply to RTR, 07-09-2018 18:14:54  
It's hard to tell for sure from those pictures, but that sure looks like a late 706 Diesel with the 310. I would guess depending on the area it would be worth around $5000. Depending on hours and how it sounds, starts, etc. I like the German diesels and to me, it is worth a little more than the 282 equipped tractors, but everyone might not feel the same way.

New paint and everything fixed would make it worth a little more, but if it has problems and it needs attention then it would be less. If I was buying it to try and fix up and sell then I would try to get it for $3,000 or less, because there are always things you find after the purchase that need attention and they add up quickly, when you figure your time and what you spent to haul the tractor home, etc.

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