|Tim Daley(MI) ||
Posted 09-21-2017 at 05:57:36 [URL] [DELETE]
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Re: Ford 1953 Jubilee
Ambiguous question. Hour Meters are not actual hours tractor was run and often stopped working anyway long ago. Resale value depends on a lot of factors. How much is still original is always one of the first things I look at. A 12-volt convulsion will give me a negative opinion automatically. Is it running, engine been patched or replaced, hydraulics and electrical and working correctly, wiring correct, rust, leaks, tires, and many other factors need to be considered. A new paint job often masks hidden issues like leaks and cracked blocks -be leery. Then look at what other similar sellers are asking. these are not rare and used ones abound everywhere. The Ford Tractor market has been down for years now. You can get one for $1500-$2500 nowadays...