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    Elite Member bigtiller's Avatar
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    Default on-line tractor values

    I have been looking on-line for a web site that will estimate the selling price for tractors in different regions of the country. Every web site I have found so far wants to sell a book. I don't want to buy a book because it will be out dated in a few months. Can anyone help?

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    Super Member flusher's Avatar
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    Getting old. Sold the ranch. Sold the tractors. Moved back to the city.

    Default Re: on-line tractor values

    Quote Originally Posted by bigtiller
    I have been looking on-line for a web site that will estimate the selling price for tractors in different regions of the country. Every web site I have found so far wants to sell a book. I don't want to buy a book because it will be out dated in a few months. Can anyone help?
    Check

    Used Tractors at TractorHouse.com: John Deere Tractors, used farm tractors and farm equipment, Case IH, New Holland, Agco, Caterpillar.

    for asking prices of all kinds of tractors around the U.S.

    I watch eBay for tractor selling prices. Use the eBay search features to set up searches on your favorite tractor brands.

    I also have the latest tractor blue book handy. Only about $16 at amazon.com. Saves a lot of time when I need to know a price quickly.

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    Elite Member sandman2234's Avatar
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    JD2555 and a few Allis Chalmers

    Default Re: on-line tractor values

    Simple, if I have it, your not paying enough, and if you have it, your asking way too much.
    Just kidding, good luck with an accurate one.
    David from jax

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    Have a few of this and that...but I bleed green!

    Default Re: on-line tractor values

    I have purchased a few Tractor and Lawn/Garden Blue Books for a couple of years now. They are helpful in finding an "average" retail/trade-in values, they don't have values for attachments like FEL's, BHoes, cutters/etc. don't get me wrong it is still VERY valuable resource. I found them useful in doing an inventory/value for insurance purposes.

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