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Re: What do you think it's worth (42H w/loader,Not running)

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04-22-2002 10:55:30




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Can't really say without seeing a picture, but can show you 2 H's that I bought in January for $400 and $150 respectively. $400 for one with wide front and mid mount mower. $150 for one with narrow front and no accessories. Both stuck engines, one had bad transmission.

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Bob M - what's that blue IHC truck in the background?

04-22-2002 18:39:06




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 Re: Re: What do you think it's worth (42H w/loader,Not running) in reply to Steven@nd, 04-22-2002 10:55:30  
A mid-50's S-180??



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Steven@nd

04-22-2002 19:50:16




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 Re: Re: Re: What do you think it's worth (42H w/loader,Not running) in reply to Bob M - what's that blue IHC truck in the background?, 04-22-2002 18:39:06  
A 1951 L-160. Runs great, converted to 12v and we still use it during harvest to haul wheat in from the field. Have to have 3 trucks to keep up with 2 combines, plus one h*** of a truck driver! Other trucks are a 71 Ford 600 and a 62 Ford 600.

Steven



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Bob M

04-23-2002 11:17:37




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: What do you think it's worth (42H w/loader,Not running) in reply to Steven@nd, 04-22-2002 19:50:16  
Looks like our trusty old '56 S-180 - even to the faded blue paint! We ran it thru the early 80's for the same purposes as you. It also was converted to 12 volt and aside from marginal brakes (vacuum/hydraulic) it ran great.



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Tim in NB

04-22-2002 13:16:30




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 Re: Re: What do you think it's worth (42H w/loader,Not running) in reply to Steven@nd, 04-22-2002 10:55:30  
Steve-I thought you were a Binder guy. What's that ford doin' in the background?-Tim



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Steven@nd here this will mess you up!

04-22-2002 16:46:08




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 Re: Re: Re: What do you think it's worth (42H w/loader,Not running) in reply to Tim in NB, 04-22-2002 13:16:30  
We have on our farm several Fords, a couple of IH's (pickup and truck) and a few Dodges as well! Not to mention that Case tractor we use too! And, YIKES! there is something green lurking around the farm too! Crazy stuff, huh?

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04-23-2002 20:06:26




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: What do you think it's worth (42H w/loader,Not running) in reply to Steven@nd here this will mess you up!, 04-22-2002 16:46:08  
Nice stuff! sod



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