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Farmall/International Tractors

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Lori

04-23-2001 09:20:38




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My father has 4 International tractors he is parting with. They range from 1951-1955 and are in great shape! Where can I look to find the value of them. He is taking them to a sale on May 19 and I want him to know what they are worth beforehand.
thanks for caring
Lori




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Lori

04-24-2001 13:26:16




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 Re: Farmall/International Tractors in reply to Lori , 04-23-2001 09:20:38  
the tractors are:
400 International
350 International
300 International these 3 are 1954 or 1955
H International 1951 All in great condition and run



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Haas

04-23-2001 14:44:42




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 Re: Farmall/International Tractors in reply to Lori , 04-23-2001 09:20:38  
Need to know what are the models. There are a bunch of different IH tractors and the value depends on which ones, the condition, and the location.



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The Red

04-23-2001 09:33:35




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 Re: Farmall/International Tractors in reply to Lori , 04-23-2001 09:20:38  
Lori what models are these?



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Dick Davis

04-23-2001 11:27:46




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 Re: Re: Farmall/International Tractors in reply to The Red, 04-23-2001 09:33:35  
And what is the location of the sale?
Are they in running condition?
The more you tell us the better we can guestimate the sale price. D-2



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Lori

04-25-2001 19:29:49




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 Re: Re: Re: Farmall/International Tractors in reply to Dick Davis, 04-23-2001 11:27:46  
The four tractors all have 12 volt starting systmes and 4 cylinder: they are:

H International serial # FBH339454x1
overhauled, red, uses NO oil. Good rubber, tin work excellent shape. Was used for cutting hay.

Farmall 350 Serial # 128255
red, tin work excellent, new engine-runs perfect, good rubber, rebuilt torque amplifer. Was used for bailing and planting.

Farmall 300 serial # 828955
New rubber, excellent shape, red
Dad got this one and never used it out in the field, but was a good toy.

International 400 serial # 3186S
Red, New rubber, Completely overhauled. New power steering, New torque amplifer-NOT REBUILT
oversized pistons in motor-powerful. Was used for discing.

Anyone that can tell me their value, I would appreciate any help. He wants to take to a sale in Lincoln, Nebraska. These were dad's babies, very well taken care of.

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