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Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954

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Nminton757

01-13-2021 19:46:35




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Neighbor is giving this 1953 maybe 54 new tires is it rare? What do I look for? Value guess ?




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Veronabob

01-14-2021 20:55:02




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 Re: Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954 in reply to Nminton757, 01-13-2021 19:46:35  
Later style with live hydraulics and battery under seat are desirable in our area of Wisconsin. In December I sold a very nice Stage II with new rubber, narrow front and good paint for $4000. This was at a Consignment Auction. Same auction I sold a very nice SMTA with wide front for $4750. Nice Farmalls in Super Series are still collectible. A nice SMD brought $3750.



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used red mn

01-14-2021 10:21:43




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 Re: Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954 in reply to Nminton757, 01-13-2021 19:46:35  
As far as values I will shoot in the dark saying it is worth from $500 to $5000. A nice runner with fair paint, good tires and kept well will fall in the $1250 to $3500 range. To get in the $5000 range needs to have immaculate paint, hoses, belts and tires all looking nearly new with paperwork documenting an engine rebuild. The data I find says that around 29,000 Super Hs were produced.



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ss55

01-14-2021 08:38:57




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 Re: Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954 in reply to Nminton757, 01-13-2021 19:46:35  
A 9 speed or live hydraulics might some add a little value.



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davpal

01-14-2021 07:35:26




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 Re: Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954 in reply to Nminton757, 01-13-2021 19:46:35  
No, but finding anybody that collects old tractors is getting pretty rare. Can't remember the last time I talked to any young people that said "boy I really want to get an old tractor to collect". Now that would be rare! the old tractor ship has sailed and most young people would be more interested in what the scrap iron value is.



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TractorTucker

01-14-2021 08:42:38




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 Re: Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954 in reply to davpal, 01-14-2021 07:35:26  
Does 16 count as young?



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DeltaSteve

01-14-2021 07:32:44




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 Re: Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954 in reply to Nminton757, 01-13-2021 19:46:35  
Generally speaking,a SuperH is worth about the same as a regular H.Not as plentyful but definitely not 'rare'.While IH only made about 10 percent the number of SuperH as regular H,they are about the same in 'value'. That is unless you get to a 'restored' with wide front,live hydralic pump to a 'high end collector'-those guys are nuts.But for a 'user',about the same as a plain old H.



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Goose

01-14-2021 07:28:01




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 Re: Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954 in reply to Nminton757, 01-13-2021 19:46:35  
Keep in mind that something being "rare" doesn't necessarily mean it will command a high price. Maybe only a few were made because nobody wanted them.



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Super H Mike

01-14-2021 07:13:42




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 Re: Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954 in reply to Nminton757, 01-13-2021 19:46:35  
I currently own 2 53's, and sold a 54 awhile back. Not really rare around here, but will bring more money than a straight H. The 54 I sold brought very good money on Ebay.



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D Slater

01-14-2021 07:01:36




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 Re: Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954 in reply to Nminton757, 01-13-2021 19:46:35  
Only SH that may be considered kind of rare is a SHV.



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BarnyardEngineering

01-14-2021 06:58:27




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 Re: Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954 in reply to Nminton757, 01-13-2021 19:46:35  
Just be aware that rare and valuable are two different things. While IH did not make many Super H's, of either "stage," they are typically not worth a whole lot more than a regular H at least in my experience.
Of course, you get the right two people excited about one at the auction and anything can happen. They're just not automatically valuable like a Super MTA.

The rarest variant of the Super H is the 1953 Stage II, which was only made for a month or two at the end of 1953.

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David G

01-14-2021 06:22:09




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 Re: Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954 in reply to Nminton757, 01-13-2021 19:46:35  
Post the serial number, then can determine year and value.

It sounds free, so take it.



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Crazy Horse

01-14-2021 06:21:01




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 Re: Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954 in reply to Nminton757, 01-13-2021 19:46:35  
I think you should be careful of zeroing in too much on the term "rare" ...... it might make a particular model worth a wee bit more but we're talking about prices for old tractors being in the dumps these days, and there is no shortage of H's. Mike M's comment might be one to look at.



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ss55

01-14-2021 06:41:45




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 Re: Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954 in reply to Crazy Horse, 01-14-2021 06:21:01  
2 X



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D Slater

01-14-2021 06:08:28




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 Re: Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954 in reply to Nminton757, 01-13-2021 19:46:35  
Condition is a big factor. For same condition SH tractors the ones with serial number plates mounted long way front to rear should be worth more than ones with the long way vertical serial plates. Actually IH put some upper bolsters with extra holes in the front corners on vertical plate tractors starting in the 16000 to 17000 serial number range. Not all in that range up to serial 19234 had them though. Serial number 19234 was the start of serial plates mounted long way front to rear built in Nov. 53.

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Nminton757

01-14-2021 06:05:44




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 Re: Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954 in reply to Nminton757, 01-13-2021 19:46:35  
Ok I have to wait about 10 days, due to quaretene,. Daughter daycare had a case. It was his or his dad's orig and garage kept,.
I know he said only a few were made, but I originally was selling it for him and then he gave it to me. Where would I find the information if it was rare I haven't even had a chance to look at it since I took the pictures because of quarantine.
He mentioned it ran perfectly parked so imagine I'll have to look at the carburetor I'm new to tractors but is this just normal gas 87 not ethanol.

Anyways when I get more pictures I'll post it.

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cornerpost

01-14-2021 04:55:43




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 Re: Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954 in reply to Nminton757, 01-13-2021 19:46:35  
If it is a Stage II SuperH it will have 300 style front bolster with vertical holes. If ordered with hydraulic reservoir will be under gas tank and battery under seat. Think it will have 3 bolt starter mount.



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Mike M

01-14-2021 04:18:19




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 Re: Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954 in reply to Nminton757, 01-13-2021 19:46:35  
My guess is the tires are worth more than the tractor.



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db4600

01-14-2021 00:33:06




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 Re: Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954 in reply to Nminton757, 01-13-2021 19:46:35  
If itís a Ď54 snap it up!



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GordoSD

01-15-2021 08:02:55




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 Re: Super H tractor Is this a rare one 1953 1954 in reply to db4600, 01-14-2021 00:33:06  
I own SH # 29093. Last 2 weeks of production. Keep a 9 ft sickle on it to do the open areas of yard an ROW. Trim up with 50 inch Cub Cadet.



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