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well it seems 44 Masseys are just one of those tractors at least where Im at you can't go into a old farmyard without at least finding 1, we alone have 3 of them, and can usually find a good runner here for 500 easy. but there is a auction coming up where there is a 44 Massey with the 6 cylinder, I'm just curious if that model would have any more collector value. It looks rough very rough, so would nee some bucks and lovin invested



http://www.nelsonsauction.com/2012-sales/2012-08-17.htm
 

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Never seen a tractor of any kind yet that had any value to any one except those who love old tractors.
That tractor in the picture isn't ruff at all. All the sheet metal looks straight and all there. My 44-6 is the 36th one to roll off the line.
Total built: 84,000
6-cyl 266 Continental engine
Weight: 4165 to 6925 pounds

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Welll thanks for the input. I. Feel like a jerk asking if valueable. But I'm startingg to think about restoring another red tractor since got my 55 fiinished. But I think then ill just do up one of the ones already got then.
 
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