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Posted November 02, 2013 - 02:24 PM

Me either. That 80 cart sold for $600. An early 68 140 h1 sold for 1700 and the loader for a 120/140/300 series sold for $2400 or 2500 if my memory is right.

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Posted November 02, 2013 - 09:44 PM

thanks Travis

hope you had a good day at the auction

that was some big money for the patios

They will be going to a good home



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Posted November 02, 2013 - 10:17 PM

Travis, I have seen a lot of these Patio's sell, but no where near that kind of money. That is outrageous and for if I remember right they were 1969 models, the easiest year model to forge..



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Posted November 03, 2013 - 07:15 AM

I'm not surprised at the selling prices at all.

 

There was a batch of them that sold in the $5,200.00-5,700.00 range a couple of months ago.

 

For one reason or another, the JD folks have convinced themselves the Deere stuff is "better than anything else" and are paying stupid money for what are really just average GTs and attachments, and the ones with the fancy paint jobs are bringing beyond stupid money.


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Posted November 03, 2013 - 08:43 AM

Travis, I have seen a lot of these Patio's sell, but no where near that kind of money. That is outrageous and for if I remember right they were 1969 models, the easiest year model to forge..

 

These were '69s.  Someone there said he had another set of 4 of them that sold earlier this year.  The 4320 that sold for $31k also caught my attention.   :oh_shucks:



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Posted November 03, 2013 - 09:37 AM

That was a new style 4320, not an old one; right? Either way, pretty steep.

 

Harvest is done and the farmers are looking to unload money before they have to pay taxes.

 

OB, prices on JD patios has nothing to do with their capability. It is 100% based on the collection standpoint, imo.



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Posted November 03, 2013 - 11:17 AM

Thanks for the update Travis. Ridiculous prices for the patio, seeing how they are only 110's and are found more often then say a patio 120 or 140.

 

The auction had (2) 1965 110's listed, but after seeing them on the sale bill, I took notice that the one was actually a 1964 110. Do you by any chance remember what it sold for? Just curious.



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Posted November 03, 2013 - 11:47 AM

That is some serious money. I never would have guessed they would go that high. WOW

:loosing_it: crazy prices!!!!



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Posted November 03, 2013 - 12:09 PM

That was a new style 4320, not an old one; right? Either way, pretty steep.

 

Harvest is done and the farmers are looking to unload money before they have to pay taxes.

 

OB, prices on JD patios has nothing to do with their capability. It is 100% based on the collection standpoint, imo.

 

Cat, I only know of 1 style of a 4320 and it was based on the 4020 using the same basic style and sheet metal. You maybe thinking of a 4230 which was the new generation tractor. But I have been wrong before.



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Posted November 03, 2013 - 12:16 PM

Brian, there is both an old and a new one:

 

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Posted November 03, 2013 - 01:08 PM

Cat, I only know of 1 style of a 4320 and it was based on the 4020 using the same basic style and sheet metal. You maybe thinking of a 4230 which was the new generation tractor. But I have been wrong before.

 

Old style 4320 = 4020 with slightly stretched frame and turbocharged. Same syncro trans and rear end as 4020 AFAIK.  It also has larger tires than the 4020.

 

Looks like this one:

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Posted November 03, 2013 - 02:11 PM

The 65 110 with deck sold for $450 ish and the 64 (3spd trans and 3 lug hubs) sold for $1200 ish. The 64 needed axle seals and had 23-10.50x12 ags on generic wheels. Neither were show quality.

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Posted November 03, 2013 - 03:39 PM

Brian, there is both an old and a new one:
 
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Thanks Cat, I'm not up on the new models at all.

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Posted November 03, 2013 - 08:19 PM

OB, prices on JD patios has nothing to do with their capability. It is 100% based on the collection standpoint, imo.

 

Still, Deere sold a bunch of those patios, and they aren't THAT rare.

 

Up until that auction a couple of months ago when two people with more money than brains got into a bidding war over some Patios and ended up paying in the $5,000.00 + range, everyone else now thinks that they are something 'special'.

 

Before that, NICE Patios were going in the $600.00 range, which I think was still to high for anyone other than a Deer fanatic.

 

If you want 'collectable' how about the Bolens G11, which there are only about 8-10 known to be in captivity, or the HDT1000 only two of which are know to be in the country?

 

Should either of those, in museum quality restored condition be worth that kind of money or even more since they are a lot more rare that the Patios?



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Posted November 03, 2013 - 08:39 PM

I would think that your HDT1000 or Will's Elf would be worth that much, yes.

Around here, patios were going for much more than $600 for as long as I've been paying attention. Which is about 10 years.

As far as I know, the JD Patio Series is special. I don't think that, I know that. If you disagree, I would refer you to Webster's for the definition of 'special'.

I sometimes think you protest too much. I'm not sure whether you wish Bolens were more expensive, or if JD's were wiped from the face of the earth? It's baffling. Have you ever used a 140 H3? 318 or 420/430?




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