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|Bob Koch||Hasn't run in 20 years. Tinwork good. Missing one rear tire. Lights ok. Sets outside. Can anybody give me purchase value and resale value after restore?
|bontai Joe||If it has been sitting outside for 20 years in the weather and the engine is siezed (worst case) it is probably worth $250-400. Restored could be from $2000-5000 depending on the quality of the restoration, quality of paint job, how much you can avoid reproduction parts and stick with originals, and whether your model 70 has any rare features on it. You won't get your labor costs back, but you might recoup your parts cost if you are lucky, and hopefully have some fun doing it.
|Kyle Ward||Is there a way to look the serial # of the tractor up to better assess the value? I have a 1941 Oliver 70 that has sat for about the same amount of time but has been indoors. The body is in rough shape rust wise but the motor turns over. Any advice you could give me would really be appreciated.