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    Silver Member birddog0304's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by CAT97
    Well, Mom passed and don't really have use for nor have room or facilities to rebuild so
    I guess that leaves with 1 option, sell it. What is it worth,from one site from 500 to 3500
    bucks, but still don't know. I'm located on West Coast of Calif. place called Fort Bragg (no military here)
    It is inside now, it was under cover (shed roof) for years. Has hand crank start and some mods that my dad did
    ( bolt on hydraulic pump and remote as you can see from photos). Any reasonable offer will not be refused as I
    trucked it down from Washington state (1000 miles). I have a 2010 kubota B3200 and don't really need this.
    Need the money for mom's bills from estate. Thanks
    Sorry too far away. Hard to say what it's worth, but if it runs at all it should bring at least 1500 and then go up from there depending on condition and restorability.
    Tractorhouse has a couple in really nice shape starting around 3500 and up.
    Good luck.

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    Default Re: Need help with identification

    Here's a picture of a close match all cleaned up.
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    .....Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by irwin
    Here's a picture of a close match all cleaned up.
    Nice ride. Price tag?

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    Quote Originally Posted by birddog0304 View Post
    Nice ride. Price tag?
    It's on craigslist, eastern ct, farm and garden section, 8-31-12, the ad says $3400 firm
    .....Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by irwin

    It's on craigslist, eastern ct, farm and garden section, 8-31-12, the ad says $3400 firm
    Thanks

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    Default Re: Need help with identification

    $500 sounds too cheap. Will engine turn over or run? A lot of collectors like that tractor because so small and they can be hauled in the bed of a pickup. I would guess $1500 if it won't run.

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    If you had the means and time, you could part it out. But if it runs I'd sell it whole.

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    My son said that he is going to drain old fuel and oil, then we will try and get it started.
    Hopefully it will run. Had one offer of 500 bucks but will turn that down. My son has talked to
    a guy over in the valley (Sacramento area) and he told him of a couple of collectors that might
    be interested (hopefully). If I had the time, space, and funds to rebuild I would, but I don't so,
    rather it sit and collect dust I will sell it. Better to have it running somewhere than sit Idle here
    on the coast and rust.

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    Is the engine locked up? If the engine will turn over start at 1500. If It runs then 2500 and up. Here, Craigslist and eBay are good places to sell. Start high. You can always come down. Wish you were on the east coast.
    Good luck
    Last edited by birddog0304; 09-06-2012 at 11:59 PM.

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    Engine is not locked up. It will and does turn over, and we (my son and I) just discussed
    that he or we are going to remove all the old gas and oil, and freshen it all up, start it
    because it does have good compression and start it. We figure if we can't get more
    than about 3grand for it we will keep it ourselves. I will need a new rear tire. Some times
    I wished I was back there also. Trying to find used parts in this neck of the woods is next
    to impossible. They keep closing down junk yards around here. Darn enviromentalists.
    ,

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