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Sven

06-17-2001 21:04:15




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Why are prices always lower in Central Indiana? Its Erie. They seem to have the lowest prices anywhere, or is it some kind of pride in always having the best deal. Personally, I think all IH stuff should be higher valued.




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paul

06-18-2001 08:20:04




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 Re: Prices in reply to Sven, 06-17-2001 21:04:15  
Just to make you say holy cow! A farmall A was for sale near me, looked good, had plow blade, disc and rake. the guy was asking $3600 for everything, was only on the side of the road for one day and then it was gone. I only did a drive by. I live in SE michigan near flint.



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Bill {Antique Acres}

06-18-2001 07:56:19




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 Re: Prices in reply to Sven, 06-17-2001 21:04:15  
I live in Southern Indiana, about a 120 miles South of "The Red". When he states a price that is usually right on for my area. or vice versa if I state a price and then he replies. He is 100% correct about this being Red Country. There are H's and M's everywhere. A lot of A's and C's around too, but not as many as the H's and M's. That green color is real popular in Indiana also. I see some prices that people list for IH tractors in other areas of the country and it makes me glad I live here or I could not afford to be in this hobby. I think a lot of it plays in to the fact is if there is a lot of farming going on around you. If there is then tractors are plentyfull. Lots of people do not realize or just simply overlook the fact the Indiana is 85% farm land. You can go 5 miles outside any city and be back in the middle of corn and beans. One other factor was that in Louisville, KY about 30 miles from me Cub's, some M's and I think A's were built there. Back in the day farmers felt better about buying something made close to home.Sorry to be so long winded, just giving a few resons why.

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The Red

06-18-2001 04:01:26




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 Re: Prices in reply to Sven, 06-17-2001 21:04:15  
I think it is the basic supply versus demand. Central IN was bigtime Farmall country during the lettered series days.



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Ryan - IN

06-19-2001 07:00:38




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 Re: Re: Prices in reply to The Red, 06-18-2001 04:01:26  
Red- Have an eye on 4 farmall M's. .One LP, One not running, other two run. . .It is near Richmond, IN. .He is relation and they don't use the tractors anymore. Dad is interested in having one to keep, and I may be, even though I am an A-C man. (Do have two IH CC 126's though)

I was thinking about 1500 for two running, $1000 for LP, $800 for not running. .

All are kept inside and in good condition as far as paint & tin go. What do you think?

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