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Dave G.

03-14-2003 06:40:34

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I was just wandering what the most expensive moline out there is, besides the UDLX. And what is your best moline. I am kind of new to MM and am just curious about what are your best MM. Have a nice day...

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G. L. Perry

03-16-2003 19:47:42

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 Re: $$$$ Moline in reply to Dave G., 03-14-2003 06:40:34  
Dave, there is No real "best" model, just the one you'll like/love! I prefer the later models like in 70's just cause they are more convenient to operate. The early ones are more "mechanical" and have odd lever angles and such from seat. I did buy an R now. I have had the 335 type from 50's, they look nice and are more modern. Buy some of the books out there with MM's in them and study and visit the MM home site and look around at pictures and such. Brian Rukes has the MM buyer's guide with a good overveiw of the diff models.

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Marlin McCormick

03-16-2003 12:09:26

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 Re: $$$$ Moline in reply to Dave G., 03-14-2003 06:40:34  
I see you are new to the MM thing. I have back issues of the Prairie Gold Rush magazine I would like to sell that would give you a lot of good reading. They date back to 1986. I am asking $10.00 for a set of 4 (one year's set). I would make you a good deal if you take all I have. Thanks.

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03-16-2003 04:43:20

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 Re: $$$$ Moline in reply to Dave G., 03-14-2003 06:40:34  
Have a MM m670 lp for sale. If interested. Want it gone.

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Tom in Mo.

03-14-2003 18:07:33

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 Re: $$$$ Moline in reply to Dave G., 03-14-2003 06:40:34  
I like my M670 LPG and would love to have a GB LPG.

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03-14-2003 12:52:19

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 Re: $$$$ Moline in reply to Dave G., 03-14-2003 06:40:34  
Any of the rare models are worth more based on
supply and demand. Some rare MM include the UDLX
and the open version, R cab, the YT 2 cyl, UTC
cane model, M504 and military models like the
ZTX, GTX and the MM Jeep. Those models are going
up in value every year. I have GB propane that is
my favorite, and I hope to get a UTC someday.

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03-16-2003 00:08:30

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 Re: Re: $$$$ Moline in reply to Unimog, 03-14-2003 12:52:19  
I have a mm uts, 2 mmz's, 2mmr's, and a m 670. I hope to have a u diesel standard.

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