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    Default Looking for JD 430W

    Does anyone know wher I may find a JD 430 W ? I prefer a restored or at least in very mechainically sound condition? Looking to have me a parade tractor.

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    Default Re: Looking for JD 430W

    You might think about a subscription to <font color=green>Green Magazine</font color=green>. Here is their web site <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.greenmagazineonline.com/what_new.html>Green Magazine</A>. Great articles, classifieds and auction ads.

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    Default Re: Looking for JD 430W

    RIDDLE EQUIPMENT COMPANY INC
    HIGHWAY 24/27 EAST
    804 MONROE STREET
    CARTHAGE, NC

    voice: 9109472943
    fax: 9109471700

    email: riddleequipment@nc.rr.com
    contact: SAMMY RIDDLE

    these guys have this one for $6500 with 2276 hrs


    GRAFTON EQUIPMENT CO.
    ROUTE 1
    GRAFTON, ND

    voice: 7013521401
    fax: 7013522716

    email: mail@graftonequipment.com
    contact: DAN GORDER


    These guys list this one for $10,500 but do not list hrs


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    Default Re: Looking for JD 430W

    $6500! $10500!! [img]/w3tcompact/icons/shocked.gif[/img] A 430 sold for $2500 brand new in 1960. For over ten grand, I'd just get me a 4020. [img]/w3tcompact/icons/cool.gif[/img]
    Chris

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    The little 2 cylinders bring a premium by collectors now. I have seen beat up JD M's bring over $4k because they were running. I have one and have had over 100 people stop and ask if I wanted to sell it because it was parked in our barn for a few years. I know if I told them $4k for it at least 10 of the people would have jumped on it, they were the ones who kept stopping every other month till I finally started it and moved it. A lot of people like these tractors because they can haul them with a small truck and trailer and they don't take up much room in a garage and are easy to work on if something goes wrong. However you can buy hundreds of Allis B's for a couple hundred dollars apiece because they are not green and don't draw the sense of nostalgia like a JD two banger. Either way these tractors are a lot of fun and if someone can afford it more power to them as it cost a lot of money for a quality restoration. Any one of you guys that have restored a tractor to sell know how hard it is to get your investment back on them but it is fun to restore them anyways. And is it just me or is that top picture a 430H or 430V? I am thinking it is a V which brings that price up to being affordable. They only made 63- JD 430V's and 212- 430H's

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