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'52 H value

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44 mag

12-17-2001 15:56:35

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I own an original '52 H [ not restored ]. It has approx. 400 hrs. Original tires, muffler, wiring, lights and just about everything else except maybe sparkplugs. Just wondering if anyone has seen anything like this sell. Need an idea of its value for insurance.

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12-18-2001 19:11:56

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 Re: '52 H value in reply to 44 mag, 12-17-2001 15:56:35  
Tractors that old have no value to an insurance
company.In case of a fire they give you whatever
market value is.If it's restored you have to prove it's worth,or have it insured specifically
for a larger amount.A friend of mine had a restored tractor with over $3000 invested,lost
it in a fire and got $900.00 from the insurance

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12-18-2001 16:19:02

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 Re: '52 H value in reply to 44 mag, 12-17-2001 15:56:35  
Just curious, how did you estimate the hours at 400 for an almost 50 year old tractor? In response to your statement of being "original" there is no mention of whether the paint and decals are bright and clear or faded and in need of replacement. My point is many factors go into the value of a tractor. Running Hs go for $500 to $2500 if they are really special. If you watch the photo ads on this website you will see a wide range of conditions listed as "original". Other factors for an H are does it have wheel weights, a liftall, is it distillate or gas, does it have a beltpulley and what type of front end(single wheel, two wheel tricycle or widefront) it has. If your tractor runs and looks perfect the insurance company may allow $2000 to $3000 for its value. If it is faded and runs okay it will likely be $1000 to $1500. An H that has been repainted and has good rubber has a tough time bringing over $2000. One of the values of the H is that it can still be a productive tractor for small acerages by adding a 3-pt hitch. The were as many H's produced as almost any other single tractor model made. This makes them more valuable for using than collecting.

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The Red

12-18-2001 04:15:49

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 Re: '52 H value in reply to 44 mag, 12-17-2001 15:56:35  
Which brand? Farmall or Deere?

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12-18-2001 17:49:57

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 Re: Re: '52 H value in reply to The Red, 12-18-2001 04:15:49  
Deere quit making the H in '47

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12-18-2001 04:46:24

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 Re: Re: '52 H value in reply to The Red, 12-18-2001 04:15:49  
It is a Farmall.

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