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C's, SC and a 230


 
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tntleake
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 04, 2012 12:18 pm    Post subject: C's, SC and a 230 Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Found several non running tractors in one spot yesterday.
3-c's bad tires, engines free, no drawbars or PTO's
1 -SC engine stuck and same as C's
1-230 has F/H valve but no fast hitch or pto
all have single front wheels and are from a flower/vegetable farm. All are for sale. Apparently the scrappers already got to the mounted implements.
I'm interested in the 230 and maybe a C to go with my SC
Whats the value on the 230. It has perfect sheetmetal, no hitch, but has the valve still in place for a fast hitch. Tires hold air but are badly cracked.
 
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 04, 2012 12:31 pm    Post subject: Re: C's, SC and a 230 Reply to specific post Reply with quote

350$ each (scrap or a bit more) free engines are also valuable in the sense that they can be assessed for using, or to rebuild W/O headaches. Jim
 
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 04, 2012 12:39 pm    Post subject: Re: C's, SC and a 230 Reply to specific post Reply with quote

230's normally didn't have the touch control rockshaft arms like the C/SC/200.

They had what's called a "HydraTouch" system which would have been a single remote valve, whether the tractor had a fast hitch or not.

230's are kind of "special" in that way, and they didn't make a lot of 'em.

Still, not running they're not worth more than scrap price plus the value of the tires. I might be inclined to drop an extra $100 on the 230 above Jim's assessment, just because it's a 230.

I would get a couple of the free-engine C's just so you have a better chance of coming up with two runners. You can pop a C engine in the 230 and pretend while you rebuild the 230's original, or save up to have it rebuilt.
 
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 04, 2012 4:40 pm    Post subject: Re: C's, SC and a 230 Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Janicholson wrote:
(quoted from post at 16:31:03 10/04/12) 350$ each (scrap or a bit more) free engines are also valuable in the sense that they can be assessed for using, or to rebuild W/O headaches. Jim


If the sheetmetal is perfect, the grill alone will fetch at least $200. Try finding a nice one and you1ll see what I mean.
 
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