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 07-19-1999, 00:00 Post: 6106
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 Price check Massey Ferguson 135

I have looked at a Massey Ferguson 135 with new bushhog, box blade, scraper blade, landscape rake. I rate it as in very good condition. Seller askink $8750. I think he's a little high. Any help would be welcome. Thanks in advance Mike






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 07-22-1999, 00:00 Post: 6198
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I have been looking at the same model of tractor. I would say the price is dependent on the quality of the implements and the general condition of the tractor. A high quality 135 would not exceed $5500-6000 around here unless it was on the lot of a tractor jockey. I looked at two 135's this week that were under $4500, ran well but had possible problems, tires on one and oil leak on the other. It has been my experience that most of these "package deals" have cheap implements but maybe not in this case. I made an offer last weekend on a JD 2040 with 690 hours that was being sold with about five junky implements that may have been useful but my offer was based only on the tractor. He didn't accept it but I wasn't going to pay extra for stuff that was worthless to me.






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I have been looking at the same model of tractor. I would say the price is dependent on the quality of the implements and the general condition of the tractor. A high quality 135 would not exceed $5500-6000 around here unless it was on the lot of a tractor jockey. I looked at two 135's this week that were under $4500, ran well but had possible problems, tires on one and oil leak on the other. It has been my experience that most of these "package deals" have cheap implements but maybe not in this case. I made an offer last weekend on a JD 2040 with 690 hours that was being sold with about five junky implements that may have been useful but my offer was based only on the tractor. He didn't accept it but I wasn't going to pay extra for stuff that was worthless to me.






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 07-22-1999, 00:00 Post: 6203
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 Price check Massey Ferguson 135

I bought a 135 diesel in very good shape this month with a 5' nearly new Howse bush hog, 6' heavy box blade(with all the teeth), shop made hay fork and a lifting boom for $4500.It has been redone with great paint and stickers in about 1985 and barn kept since. All gages work except fuel(sending unit $30 from Walt's). Good rubber and only one small oil leak from the oil pan gasket. I thought it was a pretty good deal. These tractors have become real popular around here (NE Texas) with people who have just a few acres to bush hog and finish mow. I plan to get a 6' finish mower soon.






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