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1917-18 Huber crossmotor

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elijahearnestfarmall

11-26-2018 10:16:54




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Good afternoon. My grandfather told me a rumor about an old Huber that my great great grandfather sold to a neighbor nearby and we recently went on a hunt for it and found it! The gentleman that owns it said he would be willing to sell it. However, the wheels are completely rusted away on the bottom and the spokes are beginning to rust away also. The brass carberauour seems to be intact, and so do some other parts such as the magneto, the small drive gears for the back wheels, and possibly the radiator. I’m assuming I’d be able to get it for around 300 but I am clueless as to whether that’s reasonable or not. I will include some pictures. Any ideas about what year this tractor is? And is it worth 300$ as a parts tractor and a future yard ornament? Thanks for the help fellas.
Elijah

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elijahearnestfarmall

01-10-2019 04:14:41




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 Re: 1917-18 Huber crossmotor in reply to elijahearnestfarmall, 11-26-2018 10:16:54  
Thanks for the offers guys, but I think I’m gonna end up restoring the beauty. Already started hauling it home in pieces. The radiator weighs more than it looks lol.
I’ve also contacted a gentleman from the Huber museum and it is a 1918 light four. He was also able to give me names and numbers for people with some parts.
Will definitely be making some posts to update on my progress in the next couple months.
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Elijah

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rustred

01-09-2019 17:44:45




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 Re: 1917-18 Huber crossmotor in reply to elijahearnestfarmall, 11-26-2018 10:16:54  
that is worth one heck of a lot more than 300 dollars, at first I thought u left off one 0. the wheels alone are worth more than that.



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eas

01-08-2019 15:25:42




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 Re: 1917-18 Huber crossmotor in reply to elijahearnestfarmall, 11-26-2018 10:16:54  
Did you get tractor bought ???/ I too would be interested in it if you aren't



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Hd6gtom

12-16-2018 18:39:19




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 Re: 1917-18 Huber crossmotor in reply to elijahearnestfarmall, 11-26-2018 10:16:54  
I cannot tell you about the Huber, but another brand similar age similar condition brought $1200.00 at a sale. It was several years ago. Good luck with it.



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T Larsen

12-13-2018 15:36:30




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 Re: 1917-18 Huber crossmotor in reply to elijahearnestfarmall, 11-26-2018 10:16:54  
Hello, That is a very interesting tractor you Got there. A tractor I have been looking for in many years. Im very interesting to buy and restore the tractor to bring it back to its original colors. My dad and I run a tractor museum Where this Will in together with other tractors from between 1918 and 1950. I would like to offer you 800usd for tractor as it is. Hope to hear from you. Best Regards Torben

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caleb schwartz

12-01-2018 13:44:47




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 Re: 1917-18 Huber crossmotor in reply to elijahearnestfarmall, 11-26-2018 10:16:54  
That is a model super 4 my grandparents have one in the Huber museum its surely worth 300 if you decide to pass on it I would be interested in attempting to restore the old girl as I live in Marion Ohio where it was built . Feel free to give me a call if youd like 740-262-
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