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Farmall B Price ?

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Rex Arizona

06-16-2001 18:26:02

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I know where there is a B for sale the fenders are missing and it is missing the hatch. It has been an arizona tractor so there is very little rust. This tractor has a single front wheel. Rubber is old but the owner says the engine is in good shape. I havent started the tractor nor do i have a ser. no. what would be a fair price?

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Fred Tx

06-16-2001 21:06:02

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 Re: farmall B Price ? in reply to Rex Arizona, 06-16-2001 18:26:02  
Paid 400 for mine. Took 2 years to get the engine unstuck. Not a speck of paint on it anywhere but all sheet metal is there and none rusted thru. Should start puting it back togather
later this month. Darn I sure hope it runs.

If you can afford it, buy it and have a ball.

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06-16-2001 20:22:56

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 Re: farmall B Price ? in reply to Rex Arizona, 06-16-2001 18:26:02  
I thought tractor restoration was a hobby. I never hear golfers complain they don't get their money out of it.

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Red Dave

06-16-2001 19:59:25

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 Re: farmall B Price ? in reply to Rex Arizona, 06-16-2001 18:26:02  
I don't know about Arizona, but, in my part of PA I would expect a B like that to bring $600 to $1000 in fair, unrestored condition. Don't forget that you have 3 hundred or more dollars worth of rubber to look at replacing.

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06-16-2001 19:35:36

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 Re: farmall B Price ? in reply to Rex Arizona, 06-16-2001 18:26:02  
If it runs and passes a check out of compression, starting, fluids, all the real
stuff. Then if it looks good I would say $2000
or so. you can check the classifieds on this
web site and see what a farmall B would sell for.

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Dave T

06-16-2001 20:06:26

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 Re: Re: farmall B Price ? in reply to KURT, 06-16-2001 19:35:36  
I'd sell my B in a minute for $2000

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06-16-2001 20:19:10

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 Re: Re: Re: farmall B Price ? in reply to Dave T, 06-16-2001 20:06:26  
So would I! I have one I bought not running for $600, then found the clutch was out. These tractors arn't worth a whole lot. Been trying to sell mine, asking $1500, most every one only wants to pay $1000. I got moer into it than that. Rims-$65 ea, Rear Tires-$250 ea, Frt-50 ea, Bat- $35, Tune-up-$50. And none of these prices include the labor

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Dave T

06-16-2001 20:36:24

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: farmall B Price ? in reply to Bill, 06-16-2001 20:19:10  
I did better, I picked one up for $600, but it ran really sweet. It had good (unmatched rear tires). And the front end, believe it or not, is off an F14. I just got a new lower bolster and swithed it over this weekend to a B. So far I have $900 in mine, and the sheetmetal is pretty lousy, and no electrics of any kind. It's a good work tractor though, it cranks over easy...

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06-17-2001 05:56:06

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: farmall B Price ? in reply to Dave T, 06-16-2001 20:36:24  
The B doesn't seem to be a big collector, spect $750 or less, mine was $150, it had a stuck motor, cost about $200 (NAPA has all the parts) to rebuild the motor, new rubber for the back 2 @ $125. You can save a lot by using pivot irrigation tires on the back. Knowing what a great tractor they are for raking and tedding hay I wouldn't sell mine for less than 2K.. good luck

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