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900 SERIES WIDE FRONT END

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T EVANS

11-20-1998 07:56:03




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I HAVE FOUND A REAL NICE 900 SERIES FORD, THERE IS JUST ON PROBLEM, IT HAS A NARROW FRONT AND I AM LOOKING FOR A WIDE FRONT END. DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY IDEA WERE I CAN FIND ONE




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larry

11-25-1998 12:37:59




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 Re: 900 SERIES WIDE FRONT END in reply to T EVANS, 11-20-1998 07:56:03  
: I HAVE FOUND A REAL NICE 900 SERIES FORD, THERE IS JUST ON PROBLEM, IT HAS A NARROW FRONT AND I AM LOOKING FOR A WIDE FRONT END. DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY IDEA WERE I CAN FIND ONE

Early in the summer there was a widefront for sale, just south of me. His asking price was $900.00, I thought it a bit high, but if I could had found a good 900 tractor, I would have bought it myself. A wide front 900 is a very nice riding, stable machine. Let me know if you want me too check on it for you, or how much for the 900? I'm in central Missouri. lc

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Jeff T.

11-25-1998 12:54:10




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 Re: Re: 900 SERIES WIDE FRONT END in reply to larry, 11-25-1998 12:37:59  
: : I HAVE FOUND A REAL NICE 900 SERIES FORD, THERE IS JUST ON PROBLEM, IT HAS A NARROW FRONT AND I AM LOOKING FOR A WIDE FRONT END. DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY IDEA WERE I CAN FIND ONE

: Early in the summer there was a widefront for sale, just south of me. His asking price was $900.00, I thought it a bit high, but if I could had found a good 900 tractor, I would have bought it myself. A wide front 900 is a very nice riding, stable machine. Let me know if you want me too check on it for you, or how much for the 900? I'm in central Missouri. lc

: If it runs half way decent, $900.00 is a steal! I paid $3200.00 for mine which is in exceptional condition.

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