Case 1840

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imca38

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Picked up this 1999 Case 1840 last August from a private party. This is the newer “gray cab” model with the Cummins engine and had under 1800 hours when I got it.
The seller was the second owner. He bought it from the original owner who owned a ranch and used it mostly to move hay bales. The seller decided to get rid of it because he had put under 50 hours on it on his small acreage.
Seller added a removable tooth bar on the bucket. He also provided a full service manual in a 3 ring binder and some extra filters.
I’ve since added a grapple bucket to the accessory list and plan to use it for tree work around my place.
 

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ezridr60

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May I ask the selling price? I’ve got an 1840 I’d like to sell, but I’m not sure what to ask. It’s also a fairly low time machine, like yours, under 1800 hours. I’m the third owner, it was originally a rental unit, Burris in north Chicago burbs. My brother bought it with less than 500 hours on it. He used it building a house, I bought it from him in 2000 for $15K. Built a log cabin, for the past 10 years it’s pretty much used for snow plowing. Stored inside when not in use. Recent service. The machine in my avatar. Only a dirt bucket. Had a backhoe, but sold that a few years ago.
 
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