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1970 Ford 4000

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TPat

01-17-2005 19:09:44




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Would someone please tell me the fair market price for a 1970 Ford 4000. The tractor runs very good, appears to have only 2600 hrs, tight power steering, transmission/rearend have no noise, rear tires are good but not a matched set, front tires good, good original paint, fenders need a little attention, straight sheet metal on hood and front end. Thanks to anyone who would give me a fair market price!!! Tony

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TPat

01-17-2005 19:11:45




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 Re: 1970 Ford 4000 in reply to TPat, 01-17-2005 19:09:44  
It is a 3 cylinder diesel engine!



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nwb

01-18-2005 16:14:55




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 Re: 1970 Ford 4000 in reply to TPat, 01-17-2005 19:11:45  
I'm not really up on 4000 prices, but from what you have described I would say a low of $4000. Then start adding what you think for condition, tires, remote hyd., wide front. IMO subtract for selectospeed. It would take a real good one to bring $7000. Use your judgment for something in this range. My opinion is an expensive good tractor is a better deal than a cheap bad tractor. LOL



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TPat

01-18-2005 16:49:04




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 Re: 1970 Ford 4000 in reply to nwb, 01-18-2005 16:14:55  
Thanks for your information. I only have the old two cylinder JD's and know nothing about the Ford 4000. I appreciate your time and consideration in your comments. TPat



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