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03-26-2001 07:19:46

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Somehow we ended up with a 1952 farmall cub in mint condition. The paint job is perfect, the decals are correct and the tires are in good condition.It was used in a tobacco field. What is it worth and how should we go about selling it? We are located in south/central Va.
Thanks for any info!

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03-26-2001 13:24:48

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 Re: farmall cub in reply to Beth, 03-26-2001 07:19:46  
Put an ad in your local Newspaper classifieds. I bet you will sell it in short order. You will have to decide what price to as though. Remember, you can come down, but not go up, so as a price you will be happy with.

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Joe in VA

03-26-2001 11:11:58

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 Re: farmall cub in reply to Beth, 03-26-2001 07:19:46  
Hello, I saw a couple of VERY nice cubs sell at an auction a few weeks ago in Northern VA for around $2500-2600 each. Both had mowers and were restored. One had a sickle bar and a cultivator as well.

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03-26-2001 07:32:33

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 Re: farmall cub in reply to Beth, 03-26-2001 07:19:46  
Beth Cubs will vary widely in price. The cuteness factor comes into play with those. In central Indiana, that one would sell anywhere from $1,000 to $2,000. Use YT classifieds, which are free. A make best offer ad would be good.

If you have a digital camera, I would suggest you use YT's photo ads which are also free. The picture will have to be less than 300 pixels in each direction to upload once you have created the ad.

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