The Ebay thread.

Discussion in 'Machinery Matters' started by BasilSeal, Dec 4, 2009.

  1. Profi Farmer

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  3. Profi Farmer

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    Think it was John Anderson up in the Boarders selling it.
     
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    The Fendt was defo qf,it had farrow jnrs name and address on the ad,Johnboy has his own unique style of advertising. image.png
     
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    You are right. I thought they had packed it in but just back under a new name and address
     
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    They are trading under at least 4 names I know of.
     
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    What's it worth? Any tractor that age, respectable looking, running well and noting major wrong with it would be making 10k wouldn't it?
     
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    You won't get much for ten k. Anymore.

    The rubix cube gearbox might put of some lads but I'm not sure if there as bad as some say
     
  11. farmerjack

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    The value of those tractors is €5k max. It's the column change that devalues them.
     
  12. farmerjack

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    I have one if you offer me 10k for it I'll take the hand off you.
     
  13. Mf240

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    Ya your right it's too much!!
     
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    It might have the H pattern box though which would be a bit more desirable. Still though 7k max I would have thought.

    It looks a clean tractor though but that could be down to the paint job.
     
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    Used to drive a column change & got on well with it, was H pattern tho.
    If it had been registered a digit sooner would have been nice.
     
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    A lot depends on the cab condition too, is it very sound, or full of fillers
     
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    Even at €7,000 it would surely be a good buy for a stock farmer, if the egine is good and the cab serviceable it is a lot of tractor for the money.
     
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    It's pretty high specced too for it's time with decent lift capacity, trailer brakes and decent enough cab.

    I wouldn't be saying no to it anyway as a second tractor.
     
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    Tyres are probably the price of the machine
     
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    You would want a fair loader to fill that yoke
     
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    It would suit @ithastopay down to the ground. plenty of power for the wrapper.:clap:
     
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