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What does a 52' IH Super M with factory power steering go for? Good shape straight metal older restoration. Ball park estimate of course. I just added one to my little collection...
What does a John Deere model 60 go for?? Very nice tractor and paint. I am thinking of adding this to the collection someday also. When were these things made? I know nothing of them, other than the fact that I do not have any green paint in the barn and maybe I should....
Just thought my friends could help me out on the answers...
 

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I've seen them listed anywhere from $2500 to $5800. I would say $3200 to $3500 should catch it.
Don't know about a 60. Hope this helps. :D
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I just looked up several on the internet and found prices just the way prwttsh quoted you. condition of tires is a big deal. I sold a reg M with a wide front end a few years ago for $2700. I didn't find any JD 60 yet.....mike
 

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The John Deere 60 came out in the early 50's. Is was the next step up in size from the model A. It was a great tractor and one of the first to offer power steering and live PTO. A JD 60 will have a higher dollar value than a compareable IH tractor.
 

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I thought the 50's were the next step to the A, and the 60 was next step to the B.

3200 - 3600 for a thoroughly done over 60. Yet if you wanted. We have a club member that is selling a fully restored styled B for 2800 with elec start.

I got mine for 2200 and needed some work.

 

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Dont know nothing about JDs, so Ill help on the SM. There wasnt a factory PS then, so its add-on, If the tires are in great shpe, and as you say an older restoration, 1500 - 2500 is the most Id pay, since you say its an OLDER restoration.
 

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I hate to say it but it seems to me that what part of the country you live in has an affect on tractor pricing, up here a decent regular M wide front will bring 2000-2500 and Supers depending on shape another 1000 or so. You got me on the 60 I just bought my first JD last year and it was an A.
 

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Thanks for all the input!!I picked the SuperM up for 3000. The ole farmer is wanting quite alot for the 60; however it is like brand new tires and all. I am hoping to get a little more feedback on the JD 60. I will keep checking back. Until then Merry Christmas Ya'll !!!

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I thought the 50's were the next step to the A, and the 60 was next step to the B.
The B series went B, 50, 520, 530. The A series went A, 60, 620, 630. G series was G, 70, 720, 730.
 
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