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old mule pulled dirt scoop

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KJH

04-24-2011 23:12:17




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Was wondering what an old dirt scoop is worth? Any one have any ideas? Any help would be great!

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t4mike

04-27-2011 15:23:39




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 Re: old mule pulled dirt scoop in reply to KJH, 04-24-2011 23:12:17  
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here"s the 2 heick brothers with son bill on the allis digging a basement in winfield indiana fall 1945. note breaking plow in the wings, ready to break some hard.



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Kyrock

04-25-2011 20:33:29




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 Re: old mule pulled dirt scoop in reply to KJH, 04-24-2011 23:12:17  
25 to 75 dollars, unless you find some one who really wants it..



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Farmallb

04-25-2011 08:16:28




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 Re: old mule pulled dirt scoop in reply to KJH, 04-24-2011 23:12:17  
Why u felt the need to take 3 pics at the exact same place rather than turn the slip (proper name for it) around Ill never know. But, if the other side strap for the handle is in as good a shape as the one shown, It could run up to $50, But if your lucky 1/2 that would be normal, mid range. NOW, If it was 1958, and my dad didnt already have one, and he was looking at it in order to dig out under the house with a horse, as we eventaully did, then that price might hit the high end I mentioned. More likely, its 2011, and nobody is trained to teach a horse to go down into under a basement with a slip nowadays, and youll get it at the median price I mentioned. BUT, If the other side strap isnt in as good a shape, THEN, The Median price will be the high price. Good luck. You can take a sapling, or even a 2 X 4 and make the handles. Thats easy.

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Cienna

04-26-2011 05:30:25




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 Re: old mule pulled dirt scoop in reply to Farmallb, 04-25-2011 08:16:28  
Farmallb---Digging a basement is exactly what my dad did with this implement in the early '40's. Only an F20 was used on the slip, not a mule.



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KJH

04-25-2011 08:33:08




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 Re: old mule pulled dirt scoop in reply to Farmallb, 04-25-2011 08:16:28  
Sorry about the pics showing 3 times, dont know why it did that.



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Crem

04-26-2011 06:41:01




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 Re: old mule pulled dirt scoop in reply to KJH, 04-25-2011 08:33:08  
KJH,

I have found that if I hit the back button to look or correct something after I have the picture loaded it will add another picture each time. :o)



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DeltaRed

04-25-2011 07:56:53




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 Re: old mule pulled dirt scoop in reply to KJH, 04-24-2011 23:12:17  
Two yuppies faced offed at an auction will drive the price way up there-yard ornament!



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Pete-IN

04-25-2011 04:23:57




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 Re: old mule pulled dirt scoop in reply to KJH, 04-24-2011 23:12:17  
Scrap price in Northeast Indiana. Pete



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