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Perry that is a dandy, and about the going price for this area. Note that it is not all original from what I can see in the pics. If it had a set of cultivators with it that is about the best little garden tractor you will ever sit on (at least in my opinion). We had one that was a little later model that I use to garden and plow with. Had a one row planter and side dresser on it, bet I put half a million miles on it and never left the farm. Plowed everything from the veggie garden to tobacco patch and sweet corn patch. There is a whole array of attachments that it will handle also, most popular is cultivators and belly mower.

It just really depends on what you are wanting to do with it, for $1400 you will need to keep it and work it to make it pay for itself. As a collectable to restore, a little rich for my blood.
 

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nice looking tractor. Pick that one up we going to have to have charles add a tractor section to the forum :D
 

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Perry, like G3 said they are good cultivating tractors. Looks like it has been changed over to 12v ( alternator on the front) and not the super A farmall. I've seen them sell at auctions for $2,500.00. I have a regular A and a Super A (haven't redone the super A yet) and the only problem i have with both of them is to much play in the steering wheel (half a turn). I think the worm gear on the end of the steering rod is worn out? haven't been able to adjust it out with the tie rods.I love working with them. :thumbsup: Jack
 
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