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Matt Ellerbee

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I’ve got what I believe is a 1958 Ford 601 or 641 workmaster. 4cyl gas. Has been converted to 12 volt and engine freshened up about 8 years ago. 3pt and PTO work as should. Has a boom pole, 5 or 6’ box scrape and 5 or 6’ rotary cutter.
It was my late fathers and just trying to get an idea on starting price.

Any help would be appreciated.


 

D2Cat

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Matt you could check your local Craig's List ads and see what you find. But if it's something you could use once in a while, I'd consider keeping it in honor of your father. A couple thousand dollars won't change your life!
 

Matt Ellerbee

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Matt you could check your local Craig's List ads and see what you find. But if it's something you could use once in a while, I'd consider keeping it in honor of your father. A couple thousand dollars won't change your life!

Good idea to search craigslist! Didn’t think of that.

It’s mostly for space concerns. I’m wanting to get into a B2650 eventually and just don’t have the room for two tractors.
 

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Matt, if you are on Facebook, there are some Ford tractor pages that would be a good place to research your question. Also if you do decide to sell the pages are a good place to list it. I would say around here, a tractor like that is $1800-3000 range. As DC2 pointed out, keeping it as a family heirloom would be my personal preference.