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1956 IH Low Boy Cub Value

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Todd Wilson

04-27-2002 22:29:59




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My friend has a 1956 IH Low Boy Cub that he is wanting to sell. I am half tempted to buy it and locate a belly mower and use it in my lot and field mowing business doing finish mowing along side my JD950-BushHog setup. Is it right to put such an old classic back into working duty?

By judging the tractor in the terms of old cars and trucks I would say its in very good shape. Mechanically is appears sound and I think its had an older "restore" paint job to it. It does have a few dings and dents and a few things modified. Its a real nice tractor over all. It would not pass a "stock restore Job" if it was to be in a judged show.

It has the 3pt quick attach stinger setup. I assume this was a factory option.
It comes with a blade and a seeder.

Whats this thing worth?

How hard is it to find a finish belly mower setup for it and what would one cost?

He is wanting 3500$ for it and my gut feeling is the tractor is real good but the price is high. I know nothing of this brand of tractor and its going rates. Thanks for any help!

Todd

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gene b

04-28-2002 11:44:38




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 Re: 1956 IH Low Boy Cub Value in reply to Todd Wilson, 04-27-2002 22:29:59  
price is in the ballpark WOODS MAKES the 59 for it one sold around here for 3200 with no attachments they all went high next place might be cheaper just like a used pick-up are there any more in the area makes a difference



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