John Deere LPs

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BlondeD

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I've had an old JD 3010 LP here for several, several years and spent some $$ on it a couple of years to "tune it up"......otherwise I love the way it runs and I use it now as my general mowing tractor. My brother has an almost identical one.....how this happened I'm at a loss as he was in Colorado at the time, etc.....??!! He's here in Tennessee now and may be selling it......just wondering from some of you "experienced" guys as to why LP's faded out of production.......and what's a fair price????
Just a antique tractor for an antique driver...
 

Atimm693

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Propane used to be really cheap, way cheaper than gas. As the cost of it increased, and diesel became more widely adopted, it fell out of favor.

I have no idea what it is worth unfortunately.
 

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The oddballs sometimes fetch a premium from collectors, but I don't know in this specific case.

Check out Machinery Pete, he's the go to on auction prices.
 

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The oddballs sometimes fetch a premium from collectors, but I don't know in this specific case.

Check out Machinery Pete, he's the go to on auction prices.
 
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