Hart Parr 12 24? What's it worth?

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Hart Parr 12 24? What's it worth?

Postby Puller@Hart » Wed Sep 21, 2011 7:38 pm

I finally found one, a Hart Parr 12-24 from 1928, three speed transmission. It's all there and runs. It's an older restoration and due for a serious face-lift. Dents in fenders, peeling paint, leaking gaskets, new wood for the operator's platform, rusted-out intake pipe BUT nothing requiring unavailable parts. The only non-origional parts I see are spoked front wheels instead of cast.

The owner isn't anxious to sell but willing. It's unadvertised. Please help me with ANY idea you may have on the value of this classic.

If anyone is interested in a '28 16-36, he has one of those too. He says it runs and it looks pretty OK. Both machines are located in southern Alberta Canada.

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Postby Puller@Hart » Wed Sep 21, 2011 7:43 pm

OOPS! I think that should be "18-36" in my last post. I know better, just don't type better.
My bad. Nobody died.
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Postby sarahjoe » Thu Dec 04, 2014 1:54 am

The oilers sticking through the hood no doubt are the priming cups used for starting. What is the serial number of your tractor?
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