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What any thing is worth is determined by two things 1 What the seller is willing to sell it for. 2 What the buyer is willing to pay for it. Determined by condition and how bad the buyer wants it. Trying to say what something is worth with out pictures and knowing mechinical condition is like calling the Doctor and saying I am sick what is wrong with me.

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I don't know the going price but I think they were made from 1974 thru 76. They are the AC equivalent of the Broadmoor 5008. If you decide not to get it let me know where it is and how much they're asking.

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Hi Greg,It is at a auction i seen it today i dont know if it run or not its been there for two years that i know of.I will be going up there tomorrow im going to check it out and the 312 out too see what i can get them for and to see what else he gots.thanks Tony

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Dan, You're talking about two completely different tractors. The 608 was a FDT and was made from '74 thru "76. The 608LT was a RBT and was made from '76 thru '78. The 608LTD was a RBT and was made from '79 thru '83.

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Hi,I went and look at them and he wants 200.00 for the 608 and 550.00 for the 312.The 312 it looks very good has headlight rear lift on it.I didnt try to start them.i try the 608 the battery was dead.but they both look good.So what do u guys think?Thanks Tony

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Hi, I think i get them cheaper the the price says.Greg i know where there is a 728 broadmoor,a yoeman, and a homestead 8. I can get them for around 135.00 each maybe a little cheaper so u can let me know Thanks Tony

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