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 04-14-2004, 06:24 Post: 83076
vince
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 m-m M602

Anyone know approx. value of a M602, in use, with 7' box blade, pull behind bush hog. All very rusty and beat up, but can pull tree roots out of ground if not careful.

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 04-14-2004, 07:44 Post: 83080
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 m-m M602

MM became a part of AGCO through the merger with White. There may be some support for the tractor through an AGCO dealer but it might be pretty slim pickins. According to Tractortips the tractor was made '63-'64 and there may have been only around 1,300 produced (there were both a gas and diesel models). Parts likely would be rare unless the engines and drive-trains components were also used in other tractors. I think the tractor is likely to have more value to a collector than to somebody who wants a working tractor.

The link below goes to a MM related site.






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 04-22-2004, 05:34 Post: 83906
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Thanks much for the help, TOMG,
That site advertises a M602 for $2,700 but doesn't say much about condition or equipment. This is the first one I've found but will keep looking. I sort of "inherited" my old tractor; it runs sweet but needs lots of TLC and knowledge; I'm mostly just a "small acreage home owner", semi-retired, and don't want to spend the hours needed to make it special.







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