I would love to but its all about the location, by the time I pay his buy it now price and borrow a truck and trailer and put in fuel I might be able to find a tractor in my area. That one looks great and if it was close it would be my Case
Well it's a non-eagle hitch VAC, I buy several a year for parts to repair eagle hitch tractors. The first 2/3rds made were non-eagle hitch. Last one I picked up I paid $500 for as the engine was decent and it had a wide front and 9.5-32 tires. Scrap is $260T and at 3000# it isn't worth much. Not trying to disrespect one of my favorite models but it is what it is. 4 of mine are eagle hitch models. They make an 8N ford look bad. 20hp with live hydraulics and 3pt. If you find a VA series with options that adds the value, like eagle hitch, wheel weights, 32" or 34" tires, wide or single fronts, bostrum seats, ect. Late models after 1951 are harder to find with decent sheet metal as most are smashed or cracked.
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