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Old 03-27-2021, 01:03 AM
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Hi, since the 1250 I just bought didn't have the side panels, was wondering what the masses say they would be worth or willing to pay.
Did find a pair on Craigslist pretty rough, he want's $120.00 I only paid $200.00 for the tractor so that's causing the mental block for the side panel issue. As far as my other issues, no help for that. Anybody that has a set, or finds a set, shoot me a PM.

As always, Thanks for all your help,

Bryan

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Old 03-27-2021, 09:01 AM
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Pass on that.
I call that a Barrett jackson situation.
Some fellow watches TV and thinks his junk is worth a fortune because
a reconstructed one sold for half a million dollars on TV.
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Just another reason to buy a "Parts Tractor".
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Old 03-29-2021, 07:40 PM
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Just another reason to buy a "Parts Tractor".
I hear you. I found one but here's the deal. My 1250, $200.00 The parts tractor I found, $290.00 + an extra $50.00 for the side panels.
I've been sending emails to this guy for over a month trying to get him to lower the price.
It's been for sale since right before Christmas. I even sent him a pic of the one I bought that runs, his does not run.
He said that's in pretty good shape, and you got it cheap.
Yep I give up, he won't budge.
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Old 03-29-2021, 10:12 PM
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I hear you. I found one but here's the deal. My 1250, $200.00 The parts tractor I found, $290.00 + an extra $50.00 for the side panels.
I've been sending emails to this guy for over a month trying to get him to lower the price.
It's been for sale since right before Christmas. I even sent him a pic of the one I bought that runs, his does not run.
He said that's in pretty good shape, and you got it cheap.
Yep I give up, he won't budge.
He ain't hungry yet.
Move on, they are out there, just be patient.
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Old 03-29-2021, 10:24 PM
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Just another reason to buy a "Parts Tractor".
You all take my mind to places I just never imagined it would go.
So if I just hooked the trailer up this next fall when I head to WI
fishing maybe I could actually find a parts tractor, or 2. Oh my

Ken
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Old 03-30-2021, 07:51 AM
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No, head to WI 1st weekend after July 4th and stop at Portage for the HUGE Garden Tractor Daze at the fairgrounds and don' be surprised if there are 1,000 or more GT's on display and swap meet and auction as well.
You will not be disappointed!!

I'll even bring you a pair, they would be really expen$ive to ship I'm afraid.
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Old 03-31-2021, 12:09 AM
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He ain't hungry yet.
Move on, they are out there, just be patient.
Yeah Buddy, I have. A forum member here from NW PA reached out to me with a pair, for a reasonable price,
and condition that matches the tractor. They look like they would have come off of it. Very happy today.
Side panels for the 1250, got the 1810 as home, it was a good day.
As Ralphie would say. "All was right with the World"
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