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Ford 3000 price???

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Paul

07-21-1999 10:08:00




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I have located a Ford 3000 diesel that's in fair condition (but appears to be mechanically sound). The tractor dealer is asking $7500 for just the tractor and he is offering me $2100 for my 640. This appears extremely high to me...is this a fair deal?
Thanks in advance.




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Festus

07-21-1999 15:51:11




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 Re: Ford 3000 price??? in reply to Paul, 07-21-1999 10:08:00  
Paul, I bought a 1973 3000 with 2000hrs. on it in December of last year. It had vari-weight wheel weights, like new tires, and had a 772 loader on it. All in really good shape. I paid 7300.00 for it. Good luck, Festus.



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Mike M (Tx)

07-21-1999 12:25:32




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 Re: Ford 3000 price??? in reply to Paul, 07-21-1999 10:08:00  
Paul, 2 years ago I paid $4500.00 for 1971 3000 diesel which included a 16' tandum axle trailer, Box Blade, and Post hole digger.
Just my opinion - but keep looking.
Best Regards and Successful Searching.
Mike M. (Tx)



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RB

07-21-1999 12:11:27




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 Re: Ford 3000 price??? in reply to Paul, 07-21-1999 10:08:00  
Unless the 3000 is a show tractor and your 640 is in below average condition, I'd say run - run - run like the wind...



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AJ KENT

07-21-1999 10:56:22




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 Re: Ford 3000 price??? in reply to Paul, 07-21-1999 10:08:00  
What shape is the 640 in? I'll give you more than that. $7500 is top dollar for the 3000! The dealer wants to buy low and sell high, the American way! Not a good deal at all!



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Paul

07-21-1999 14:23:12




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 Re: Re: Ford 3000 price??? in reply to AJ KENT, 07-21-1999 10:56:22  
Thanks a bunch for the advice. My 640 is in average condition...runs good but body is a bit rough (same as when I bought it three years ago). I paid $3900 for the tractor and bushhog.
Thanks again.



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AJ

08-02-1999 10:03:49




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 Re: Re: Re: Ford 3000 price??? in reply to Paul, 07-21-1999 14:23:12  
I wouldn't take a penny less than that for the tractor. These things appreciate all the time.



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