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Spoker D opinion please

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riskinator

01-09-2021 17:41:30




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Hello,

Today I visited a family friends farm. They have two Spoker D tractors for sale. Both are great condition; older complete restorations including mechanicals.

1925 - beautifully restored

1926 - restored with factory PTO - does the PTO add value?

any idea what a fair price would be for these?

thanks for your help!




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riskinator

01-10-2021 17:47:25




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 Re: Spoker D opinion please in reply to riskinator, 01-09-2021 17:41:30  
First, thank you everyone for your thoughts and opinion. Think I'll do some more research and see if I can put together a few tractor package offer and see where it goes.
I live just outside of Calgary.



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swindave

01-10-2021 05:16:16




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 Re: Spoker D opinion please in reply to riskinator, 01-09-2021 17:41:30  
here in my little part of the world, old tractor pre 1940 prices are down



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Jd man wis

01-10-2021 01:57:18




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 Re: Spoker D opinion please in reply to riskinator, 01-09-2021 17:41:30  
I would think all done up nice they should bring high money. An then there is where dad or grandpa passes an the younger generation don't know how to run them an don't care too. I have see some go high an some go low for where they just want it gone. I would start asking high on them because there is guys that don't know how to fix them up nice but want one an these guys have deep pockets. If the family is happy an the buyer is on a price that's all that matters. There's a link on here I would start on putting pictures on and say best offer and have a price that you will be happy with I would think that 5000 is a good price to ask if not alittle more.

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riskinator

01-09-2021 19:48:06




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 Re: Spoker D opinion please in reply to riskinator, 01-09-2021 17:41:30  
Thank you. Im in Alberta, Canada. Yes, the prices have been sliding. Hard to know whats fair right now, at least in these parts.



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rustred

01-10-2021 08:52:19




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 Re: Spoker D opinion please in reply to riskinator, 01-09-2021 19:48:06  
Where in Alberta ?? I am in Alberta also. Might want to have a look.



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John Deere D

01-09-2021 21:01:58




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 Re: Spoker D opinion please in reply to riskinator, 01-09-2021 19:48:06  
Good evening riskinator

I'm from North Western Alberta...North Eastern British Columbia.......
Your location ?????

Bob..On the BC/AB border..



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riskinator

01-09-2021 19:45:56




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 Re: Spoker D opinion please in reply to riskinator, 01-09-2021 17:41:30  
Thank you kindly for your answer. Should have taken some photos of the PTO to get more details here.



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NY 986

01-09-2021 19:39:08




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 Re: Spoker D opinion please in reply to riskinator, 01-09-2021 17:41:30  
I don't know where you are but I would see if an auctioneer in the farm equipment business would do an appraisal. It would let the seller know that your intent is to be fair to them and maybe they would split that cost with you. Years ago they would have been worth 10,000 dollars or more but where the market stands today I just don't know. The seller might think that they are worth their weight in gold but there are getting to be few buyers for pre-1940's tractors. They are not common tractors and unless a dealer salesperson has a deep interest in D tractors I doubt that a dealership will be of much help to you.

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greenenvy

01-09-2021 18:30:31




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 Re: Spoker D opinion please in reply to riskinator, 01-09-2021 17:41:30  
I can't help on prices but IMO, the PTO was definitely add value. They are not that common on any D and far less common on the early Ds especially spokers. It would be nice to know if it has the original PTO or was upgraded to the later one. I have a 1927 D with a factory PTO or more accurately the gear box on the side of the main case because the shaft and bearing holder is gone.



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