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1954 Ford Golden Jubilee 2wd gas tractor runs great $2250 (Hondo)

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  1. jcrntx

    jcrntx Well-Known TGT Supporter

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    1954 Ford Golden Jubilee 2wd gas tractor. Runs great, hydraulics work great. 3 pt hitch and PTO. Front tires and rear right tire are new. $2000

    SOLD!



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  2. jcrntx

    jcrntx Well-Known TGT Supporter

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    Shredder is sold, price drop on the tractor $2000.
     
  3. Vaquero

    Vaquero Pre-ban Staff Member Admin

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    Good deal guys.
    The tires are worth a grand.
     
  4. mosin

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    I wish I had even a patch of grass to my name, that is a cool lookin tractor.

    GLWS
     
  5. Ole Cowboy

    Ole Cowboy TGT Addict

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    spent MANY a day on one of those
     
  6. robocop10mm

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    Man, I miss my Jubilee. Those things are great tractors. You are hard pressed to lose money on one. Use it for 10 years, take care of it and sell it for what you originally paid.
     
  7. jcrntx

    jcrntx Well-Known TGT Supporter

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    Yes, this thing is fun to ride, I hate to get rid of it but we got a zero turn mower that will work better for our yard because of all our pecan trees. Added some trade options as well!
     
  8. Younggun

    Younggun Doer of Deeds TGT Supporter Admin

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    I've seen some of them with some really cool looking spruced up paint jobs. Even if you ain't got a pasture to work they can make some cool projects to tinker with.
     
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