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Massey 35??

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John M

11-14-2019 10:37:10




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I know nothing about it except front tires need replacing. It will run, but rad leaks and has only been started for a few minutes every 3 or 4 months. Has only seen 5 hours or so use a year since 2013. What do you think it would go for at auction?

This is a family members tractor who passed away, and the place is being auctioned this weekend. My cousin told me if I make a reasonable offer, he will go ahead and let me have it. I already have another one from this uncle Im picking up this weekend, but Ill most likely sell it as it needs way more work than I want to put into it. (8N Ford)

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Kirk-NJ

11-18-2019 00:13:44




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 Re: Massey 35?? in reply to John M, 11-14-2019 10:37:10  
The ford industrial plate weights would bring at least $400 around here. Center mounting plate with lug adapter nuts (same as pie weight adapter nuts only they would be ferguson and will not fit a ford should you get it and want to sell the the weights) weigh about 125 lbs and each other weight is 100 lbs each. Looking like over 600 lbs. The reason that look small is because they are made for a 24" rim. Good luck at the auction. Let us know what it sells for. My guess even with all the paperwork south of 2K

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sunbeam

11-16-2019 08:23:55




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 Re: Massey 35?? in reply to John M, 11-14-2019 10:37:10  
Here is one I bought this summer for comparison Did have several diesel leaks.



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miner09

11-16-2019 07:29:17




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 Re: Massey 35?? in reply to John M, 11-14-2019 10:37:10  
It would bring 2500 maybe 3000 tops if in good shape in my area. Not much demand here everyone wants FEL and 4x4. They can go to Kobota etc and buy one with nothing down and have new. That has killed most sales like this one.



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Bob N.Y.

11-15-2019 05:44:25




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 Re: Massey 35?? in reply to John M, 11-14-2019 10:37:10  
Let us know what the high bid is.



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John M

11-16-2019 11:39:20




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 Re: Massey 35?? in reply to Bob N.Y., 11-15-2019 05:44:25  
Decided not to try and get it. Last thing I want is to stir the pot with them.



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2tractors

11-15-2019 04:23:53




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 Re: Massey 35?? in reply to John M, 11-14-2019 10:37:10  
What Dieseltech said plus it being a gas is usually less than what one would pay for a diesel. I'd try and get a price from the cousin before making an offer which may be insulting. You could also be the low bid and avoid any hurt feelings.



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John M

11-15-2019 04:46:32




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 Re: Massey 35?? in reply to 2tractors, 11-15-2019 04:23:53  
Oh yes. He was highly insulted at my offer. I doubt Ill ever speak to him again, which is fine. We werent close anyways. I took into consideration that it may hold some sentimental value to him and the family and offered $1000. He had the receipts for the new rear tires, which were put on exactly 1 year to the date, a week before my uncle passed away, and the bill from a local tractor place for the engine rebuild before it was basically parked 5 years ago, so I know theres very low hours on it. (Well ,I feel theres very low hours on it.) Claimed they had to get that money back, and how my uncle would have never sold it that low, yadda, yadda, yadda.......Said they would take $4000 and it was mine. I just politely told him good luck and Ill see them when I see them. My brother is planning to go to the auction tomorrow, said he would get it for me if I wanted, or he may just get it for himself if it goes low enough. He could use it.

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Boss Hog

11-14-2019 16:10:14




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 Re: Massey 35?? in reply to John M, 11-14-2019 10:37:10  
I'd be surprised if it brought $1,00 at an auction around here. But things can vary from one place to another.
Those rear wheel weights are interesting...



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Kirk-NJ

11-17-2019 23:59:46




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 Re: Massey 35?? in reply to Boss Hog, 11-14-2019 16:10:14  
Ford industrial plate weights. A little over 600 lbs there



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John M

11-14-2019 10:37:58




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 Re: Massey 35?? in reply to John M, 11-14-2019 10:37:10  
Sorry, I meant for this to go to the Massey forum.



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Dieseltech

11-14-2019 14:24:09




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 Re: Massey 35?? in reply to John M, 11-14-2019 10:37:58  
If the 35 has the dual clutch, better get it. After using a good 35 you would throw rocks at the 8N..



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sunbeam

11-15-2019 15:25:05




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 Re: Massey 35?? in reply to Dieseltech, 11-14-2019 14:24:09  
Look for an M in the prefix letters on the ser. number stands for live PTO.



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John M

11-14-2019 14:53:08




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 Re: Massey 35?? in reply to Dieseltech, 11-14-2019 14:24:09  
The extent of my use of an 8N was pulling a wagon with watermelons on it once or twice. We always had IH equipment. The 8N was an inheritance. Its not in bad shape, but needs a lot of work to be useful for anything, new tires, cobbles electrical, lots of leaks, etc.



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