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#1 JohnD. OFFLINE  

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Posted December 01, 2017 - 09:03 PM

Hi all: I am new here... Found this today, owner has all the parts. I want to make a fair offer but don't know what that would be. Engine not original ... thoughts on a fair number? also tag says it's a T753 I cant find any info on this model.

 

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Posted December 01, 2017 - 10:04 PM

T758

 

That would originally be the Kohler powered version with electric start - an upgrade from the T75 rope start with Briggs engine.

 

 

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Posted December 01, 2017 - 10:21 PM

Thanks!!! do you know which model Kohler?



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Posted December 01, 2017 - 10:26 PM

Welcome to GTT. Check in our Manuals Section for the manual that you need. Prices/values are very difficult to set. It is a moving target. There seems to be a bunch of Panzers in our area so, they are usually less expensive around here. I often see 4 or 5 on display at the Zagray Shows. Search in our For Sale Area, I think there was a Panzer there. Here is one  http://gardentractor...zer#entry707321   . Figure that this one is worth more than what you are looking at. Check what the correct engine would cost. Good Luck, Rick


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Posted December 03, 2017 - 01:19 AM

Hi all: I am new here... Found this today, owner has all the parts. I want to make a fair offer but don't know what that would be. Engine not original ... thoughts on a fair number? also tag says it's a T753 I cant find any info on this model.

 

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Welcome to GTT. Check in our Manuals Section for the manual that you need. Prices/values are very difficult to set. It is a moving target. There seems to be a bunch of Panzers in our area so, they are usually less expensive around here. I often see 4 or 5 on display at the Zagray Shows. Search in our For Sale Area, I think there was a Panzer there. Here is one  http://gardentractor...zer#entry707321   . Figure that this one is worth more than what you are looking at. Check what the correct engine would cost. Good Luck, Rick

 

Hi all: I am new here... Found this today, owner has all the parts. I want to make a fair offer but don't know what that would be. Engine not original ... thoughts on a fair number? also tag says it's a T753 I cant find any info on this model.

 

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Since you have the battery plate and an amp gauge installed (the original gauges were white), I'd say this tractor was originally set up with the 8hp Kohler  K181 engine with electric start. To put it back to original, you'll have to find a Kohler 181, Delco Remy Starter/generator, voltage regulator and key switch which belongs in the hole above the foil ID tag. Not sure what the hole below the tag was for. Maybe a kill switch for the engine that's in there now? The T-758 was produce around 1964. Put in a search on the web for a T-758 or T-758es. You should come up with plenty of info.

 

Al


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