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Old 04-02-2018, 10:02 PM
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Howerver this critter has been "restored" ? At only three hundred hours?? Why????
That was my thought...... at 300 hours, it should be all original and just look "restored".

Or the hour meter doesn’t work, or was unhooked....

Or.... it had a new meter put on it at some point.....


Who knows. Sounds fishy to me though. I'd beware!
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Old 04-02-2018, 11:45 PM
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That was my thought...... at 300 hours, it should be all original and just look "restored".

Or the hour meter doesn’t work, or was unhooked....

Or.... it had a new meter put on it at some point.....


Who knows. Sounds fishy to me though. I'd beware!
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Old 04-03-2018, 08:44 PM
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Maybe I should say semi restored. Thing is owned by a old timer that's super anal so it was clean as a whistle to start. All rewired, deck all straight and re painted, he put all new panels on and new decals new tires, seat is like new. The old guy really takes care of his stuff like it's a babe Ruth autographed baseball
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Old 04-03-2018, 08:57 PM
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Maybe I should say semi restored. Thing is owned by a old timer that's super anal so it was clean as a whistle to start. All rewired, deck all straight and re painted, he put all new panels on and new decals new tires, seat is like new. The old guy really takes care of his stuff like it's a babe Ruth autographed baseball
Then why did it need repainted, rewired, new panels and decals with only 300 hours on the tick?

My 1811 looked pretty good when I got it and it had like 12 or 1300 hours on it's clock.......
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My 1811 looked pretty good when I got it and it had like 12 or 13000 hours on it's clock.......
Thats cuz You picked it up right after you left the tavern, remember?
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I didn't say it needed it did I?
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Old 04-04-2018, 08:52 PM
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I didn't say it needed it did I?
So.... you are familiar enough with the tractor that you have seen it before, and after its "restoration"?? If so, why are you wanting to know a value? If you know it that well, you think the old guy is trying to rip you off?? Sounds to me like you have your heart set on it, so go buy it and be happy.
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That is a fine looking smoker! Congrats!!!

I have seen that tractor recently..... Hmmm.
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