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anita servin

09-23-2001 09:34:20




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I am in need of info on this tractor that came with a small farm that I purchased.All the previous owners could tell me was that it was rebuilt 3 Years ago.It is a McCormick Farmall International Harvester Super A..On a little decal it has Serial#2188 and other letters and numbers that are (R 010)and (M 010)I need to know what year and how much it possible is worth on the market today.The tires are good and has attachments with it.Any info would be appreciated.Thank You

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gene b

09-23-2001 20:01:13




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 Re: about a specific tractor in reply to anita servin, 09-23-2001 09:34:20  
the R&M numbers are how much the crankshaft has been ground r-means rod journals and m-means main bearing journal



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Dave T

09-23-2001 10:15:26




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 Re: about a specific tractor in reply to anita servin, 09-23-2001 09:34:20  
The Super A was produced from 1947 to 1954 and should have a 6 digit ser.#. The ser.# plate is located on the inside of the left fender. They are nice little tractors. If it's a Super A, it'll have a prefix letters of FAA, and the motor will have a prefix letters of FAAM, if it's an International it has IAA prefix letters, and these were the Industrials and used alot for roadside mowing. The engine prefix numbers are IAAM with a 6 digit number and unlikely would match the tractor ser. # Alot determines the value of your tractor. Engine and hydraulics condition, tires, sheet metal condition. Does motor have welds on the block, or front end condition, welds or bent up steering linkage. etc...also location....where are you located?"

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anita

09-23-2001 10:36:24




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 Re: Re: about a specific tractor in reply to Dave T, 09-23-2001 10:15:26  
IT IS A MCCORMICK IH SUPER A .THE PLATE ON THE LEFT FENDER ,THE #'S AREN'T VISIBLE ANYMORE EXCEPT A FEW. BUT ON THE TRACTOR ITS DECAL SAYS MCCORMICK FARMALL SUPER A INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER.I JUST NEED TO KNOW WHAT YEAR.THANKS FOR ALL YOUR HELP



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Andy Martin

09-23-2001 21:25:05




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 Re: Re: Re: about a specific tractor in reply to anita, 09-23-2001 10:36:24  
The year is really not important to value. They were all built about the same, and were not built as a model year like cars. You have a Super A.

Price depends a lot on the area of the country.

In poor condition in a low-price area, $500 to $1200. In good condition in a pricey part of the country, $1500 to $3500. Poor areas are where population is low and there are lots of that model available. Pricey areas are where there are lots of potential buyers (5a suburbs) and there are fewer tractors. For instance Arkansas, lots of A's were sold and there is not much market for them. Eastern Connecticut, the reverse.

Implements don't add much to the value (although it makes no sense to me) except for rotary mowers.

Tell us your state and you can get a better idea.

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anita

09-24-2001 11:03:13




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: about a specific tractor in reply to Andy Martin, 09-23-2001 21:25:05  
florida is the state.



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ANITA

09-30-2001 14:49:09




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: about a specific tractor in reply to anita, 09-24-2001 11:03:13  
the castings say 5*25*T and I'm in florida..Does that help out.



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