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1755 and 1800c advice

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8NHENRY

06-21-2021 17:28:43




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So this Saturday there are 2 Oliver's on a auction this Saturday and I was curious what they are worth. My brother and I are contimplating purchasing one of the two. So here is what I know.

1800 c. Gas, motor stuck, wide front, tires are good.

1755 gas, year around cab, runs, good tires.

Both are in decent original condition.

Just looking for any input, thanks




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8NHENRY

06-26-2021 19:46:28




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 Re: 1755 and 1800c advice in reply to 8NHENRY, 06-21-2021 17:28:43  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see Well we didn't buy either, the 1800 went for 2350 and the 1755 for 5200. Both where bought by on line buyers.



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rrlund

06-27-2021 05:31:12




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 Re: 1755 and 1800c advice in reply to 8NHENRY, 06-26-2021 19:46:28  
Thanks for the followup. I'm a little surprised the 1800 brought that much.



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Whiskey Bent

06-22-2021 19:29:22




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 Re: 1755 and 1800c advice in reply to 8NHENRY, 06-21-2021 17:28:43  
I have noticed the same high prices with Minneapolis Molines also, seems collectors are wanting something different than JD and IH. Get the 1755.



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8NHENRY

06-22-2021 18:59:35




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 Re: 1755 and 1800c advice in reply to 8NHENRY, 06-21-2021 17:28:43  
Thank you for the replies. So I am in NW Iowa and the Oliver prices to me are really strong right now...go figure. For instance you can by M farmalls for less than a thousand and a comparable 77 the going asking price seems to be 2500.Yes I know asking and selling prices can vary allot.

So if we end up with one it would be used on my brothers HUGE 26 acre farm Pull some equipment in the spring and pull wagons to town in the fall, not much. If I end up being part owner it would be on a tractor ride or two. Guess we will see how this goes on Saturday. Thanks.

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300jk

06-22-2021 17:24:45




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 Re: 1755 and 1800c advice in reply to 8NHENRY, 06-21-2021 17:28:43  
Personally Id start with a running tractor. Even if the 1800 seems like a deal, by the time its running and functioning you may have a lot more money in it than a higher priced running tractor! Also with a running tractor you can check out other things such as hydraulics before buying. If its not running you really buying in the dark.



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rrlund

06-22-2021 05:22:20




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 Re: 1755 and 1800c advice in reply to 8NHENRY, 06-21-2021 17:28:43  
If you're wondering which one's the better tractor, the 1755 hands down going away. As NYOliver touched on, the 1755 has closed center hydraulics with the big pump mounted on the side. The 1800 has the little open center belly pump. Having three with the open center and two with closed center, I can tell you, the closed center system is so far superior it's not even comparable.



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super99

06-22-2021 03:42:34




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 Re: 1755 and 1800c advice in reply to 8NHENRY, 06-21-2021 17:28:43  
That's kind of like asking how high is high?? I don't know your location as to interest in either tractor, so I'll go another way. The 1800 should be way cheaper than the 1755. Are you able and willing to pour $$ into the 1800 to get it running?? Can you do the work yourself? It would be fun to me to be able to get it going with my brother. What are you going to use it for, or is it just to have? I would guess the 1800 should sell for under $1500, the 1755 for under $3500. They are basically the same size tractor, the 1800 was turned into the 1750 and a 1755 is a newer version of the 1750. For myself, I think I'd rather have the 1755. Be careful, you may end up with 2 tractors!! Good luck.

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NYOlivers

06-22-2021 03:36:15




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 Re: 1755 and 1800c advice in reply to 8NHENRY, 06-21-2021 17:28:43  
I would say all depends on how much you want to spend to buy one of these tractors. 1800 C is a great tractor but you may have quite a bit of money into it buy the time you get running again. All depends on what it needs. I would say the 1755 is a better choice especially if it runs and has good rubber, plus it has better hydraulic's and brakes.



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