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03-02-2019 07:42:00

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is a MM602 tractor worth restoring ?

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Alan K

03-02-2019 17:19:27

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 Re: MM602 in reply to White2270, 03-02-2019 07:42:00  
They are always worth restoring. Like was mentioned, cost is the main issue. If it is something you are wanting to do over a longer period of time, the cost can be stretched out.

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03-02-2019 15:35:06

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 Re: MM602 in reply to White2270, 03-02-2019 07:42:00  
You have to be more specific. Guessing a diesel standard up here. If a gas standard only 93 were made.

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03-02-2019 09:44:40

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 Re: MM602 in reply to White2270, 03-02-2019 07:42:00  
They are all worth restoring but sometimes you may put more into them than what they are worth in the end. It depends on it's condition now or if it has some sentimental value like one that you grew up on or a relative had, then it's worth more to you. If the engine needs a lot of work that will cost a bunch and does the torque work, if not that's another $500 or 600 maybe, tires are a big issue also to consider. If you already own it, that makes it a little easier, you can't pay too much for one that needs a lot of work and come out very well on it.

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