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#1 cootertom OFFLINE  

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Posted March 05, 2015 - 09:51 AM

Don't everyone have a head on collision trying to get there first.

 

http://southjersey.c...4917846049.html


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Posted March 05, 2015 - 10:16 AM

This has been for sale for a while

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Posted March 05, 2015 - 10:19 AM

wow this actually sounds cheap for a panzer. whats it really worth sight unseen?



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Posted March 05, 2015 - 10:20 AM

This has been for sale for a while


And probably will be for a while
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Posted March 05, 2015 - 10:59 AM

I have taken the liberty of adding some very important info to the otherwise vague description.  This should help potential buyers visualize what they will be getting without pictures.   The bold print is the additional information, which can only be a guess as I haven't seen the tractor in person.

"disclaimer - for entertainment purposes only"

 

For sale is a Panzer T70B tractor, or at least some of it.  This is the most common of Panzer and therefore the least desirable to the disserning collector, although my asking price didn't take that into consideration.   This panzer which would be best suited as a boat anchor, was painted red by the previous owner. There was no surface preparation and the Color Place brand rattlecan was hap-hazzardly applied over the plentiful rust and less plentiful grease buildup.  Also included is a three blade mower deck. As you may already know Panzers had a two blade deck, so this mower devise may actually be from a Hoyt Clagwell mower.  The brand of the mower attachment is irrevelant as the deck, much like the tractor itself, is rusted to oblivion and the spindles are frozen.  Belts rotted off decades ago and like every other part on this machine,  they need replaced.  The tractor is complete except for the engine, rear lift and front wheels, frame, fenders, rear wheels, seat, hood, steering assembly, grille, drive mechanism, tires, and front axle. The front wheels can still be used, they just need bearings, and lots of welding new metal in where the original metal vanished without a trace. Like the rest of the tractor, it'd just be easier to build one from scratch which is why I'm trying to unload this mass of rust to an unsuspecting victom.  The rims, However, they are 4 inch rims, not 6. I have an original Murray pulley with two worn out and rotten rubber reverse wheels. I also have the engine mount plate, broken in six pieces but weldable, and all three rubber mounts from a squirrel cage fan totally unrelated to the tractor. Also included is a gas tank, its bent and rusted out but I don't have straps or cap. Its a great project tractor for the scrap yards blow torch this winter or could easily be made into a pulling tractor that you will find out would have been better melted down and sent to China after you put a lot of time and money into it.  If you are more than just a tire kicker I'd be glad to get some crappy out of focus cell phone pictures just as soon as it gets good and dark outside,  where the tractor has been resting for years, slowly becoming one with the earth.  Asking only $500 or best offer, call or text James at........  

I almost forgot,  This tractor ran when parked!

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Edited by Gtractor, March 05, 2015 - 04:05 PM.

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Posted March 05, 2015 - 11:19 AM

oops i didnt even read in the ad that it was mising engine

i'd give him $100


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Posted March 05, 2015 - 11:32 AM

I think that deck was being listed for 250 or 200 in separate ad

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Posted March 05, 2015 - 11:44 AM

I have taken the liberty of adding some very important info to the otherwise vague description.  This should help potential buyers visualize what they will be getting without pictures.   The bold print is the additional information, which can only be a guess as I haven't seen the tractor in person.

"disclaimer - for entertainment purposes only"

 

 

I vote that you get to do this for all Craigslist ads posted here from now on.  :smilewink:


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Posted March 05, 2015 - 01:47 PM

I vote that you get to do this for all Craigslist ads posted here from now on.  :smilewink:

 

I second the motion, let's put it to a vote.


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Posted March 05, 2015 - 07:23 PM

Aye.


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Posted March 05, 2015 - 07:43 PM

dang your a mean one chris,lol


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Posted March 05, 2015 - 08:51 PM

I second the motion, let's put it to a vote.

Yeah, What he said ^


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Posted March 05, 2015 - 10:45 PM

I have taken the liberty of adding some very important info to the otherwise vague description.  This should help potential buyers visualize what they will be getting without pictures.   The bold print is the additional information, which can only be a guess as I haven't seen the tractor in person.

"disclaimer - for entertainment purposes only"

 

For sale is a Panzer T70B tractor, or at least some of it.  This is the most common of Panzer and therefore the least desirable to the disserning collector, although my asking price didn't take that into consideration.   This panzer which would be best suited as a boat anchor, was painted red by the previous owner. There was no surface preparation and the Color Place brand rattlecan was hap-hazzardly applied over the plentiful rust and less plentiful grease buildup.  Also included is a three blade mower deck. As you may already know Panzers had a two blade deck, so this mower devise may actually be from a Hoyt Clagwell mower.  The brand of the mower attachment is irrevelant as the deck, much like the tractor itself, is rusted to oblivion and the spindles are frozen.  Belts rotted off decades ago and like every other part on this machine,  they need replaced.  The tractor is complete except for the engine, rear lift and front wheels, frame, fenders, rear wheels, seat, hood, steering assembly, grille, drive mechanism, tires, and front axle. The front wheels can still be used, they just need bearings, and lots of welding new metal in where the original metal vanished without a trace. Like the rest of the tractor, it'd just be easier to build one from scratch which is why I'm trying to unload this mass of rust to an unsuspecting victom.  The rims, However, they are 4 inch rims, not 6. I have an original Murray pulley with two worn out and rotten rubber reverse wheels. I also have the engine mount plate, broken in six pieces but weldable, and all three rubber mounts from a squirrel cage fan totally unrelated to the tractor. Also included is a gas tank, its bent and rusted out but I don't have straps or cap. Its a great project tractor for the scrap yards blow torch this winter or could easily be made into a pulling tractor that you will find out would have been better melted down and sent to China after you put a lot of time and money into it.  If you are more than just a tire kicker I'd be glad to get some crappy out of focus cell phone pictures just as soon as it gets good and dark outside,  where the tractor has been resting for years, slowly becoming one with the earth.  Asking only $500 or best offer, call or text James at........  

I almost forgot,  This tractor ran when parked!

"disclaimer - for entertainment purposes only"

Thanks, well said.

 

I vote that you get to do this for all Craigslist ads posted here from now on.  :smilewink:

And he did a excellent job.


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Posted March 06, 2015 - 06:38 AM

I have taken the liberty of adding some very important info to the otherwise vague description.  This should help potential buyers visualize what they will be getting without pictures.   The bold print is the additional information, which can only be a guess as I haven't seen the tractor in person.

"disclaimer - for entertainment purposes only"

 

For sale is a Panzer T70B tractor, or at least some of it.  This is the most common of Panzer and therefore the least desirable to the disserning collector, although my asking price didn't take that into consideration.   This panzer which would be best suited as a boat anchor, was painted red by the previous owner. There was no surface preparation and the Color Place brand rattlecan was hap-hazzardly applied over the plentiful rust and less plentiful grease buildup.  Also included is a three blade mower deck. As you may already know Panzers had a two blade deck, so this mower devise may actually be from a Hoyt Clagwell mower.  The brand of the mower attachment is irrevelant as the deck, much like the tractor itself, is rusted to oblivion and the spindles are frozen.  Belts rotted off decades ago and like every other part on this machine,  they need replaced.  The tractor is complete except for the engine, rear lift and front wheels, frame, fenders, rear wheels, seat, hood, steering assembly, grille, drive mechanism, tires, and front axle. The front wheels can still be used, they just need bearings, and lots of welding new metal in where the original metal vanished without a trace. Like the rest of the tractor, it'd just be easier to build one from scratch which is why I'm trying to unload this mass of rust to an unsuspecting victom.  The rims, However, they are 4 inch rims, not 6. I have an original Murray pulley with two worn out and rotten rubber reverse wheels. I also have the engine mount plate, broken in six pieces but weldable, and all three rubber mounts from a squirrel cage fan totally unrelated to the tractor. Also included is a gas tank, its bent and rusted out but I don't have straps or cap. Its a great project tractor for the scrap yards blow torch this winter or could easily be made into a pulling tractor that you will find out would have been better melted down and sent to China after you put a lot of time and money into it.  If you are more than just a tire kicker I'd be glad to get some crappy out of focus cell phone pictures just as soon as it gets good and dark outside,  where the tractor has been resting for years, slowly becoming one with the earth.  Asking only $500 or best offer, call or text James at........  

I almost forgot,  This tractor ran when parked!

"disclaimer - for entertainment purposes only"

 

Spoilsport!!!   :D   :D   :D 


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