Help with my horse plows

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Post by Jimbob82 » Sun. Nov. 12, 2023 4:36 pm

I have 4 horse drawn plows im looking for value age where to sell them. The Lynchburg no. 60 FROG still has original paint. Well here are the pics!!!


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Post by gaw » Sun. Nov. 12, 2023 4:55 pm

There are shows and meets where people who buy, sell, and collect this kind of stuff get together. Go to some and just start talking to folks. Collectable stuff is worth whatever someone is willing to pay for it.

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Track down some Amish.

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Post by carlherrnstein » Sun. Nov. 12, 2023 9:19 pm

Check Craigslist, it'll give you a rough idea. They aren't going to make you rich. Unless you need the space I'd keep them.

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Post by Jimbob82 » Mon. Nov. 13, 2023 6:20 am

I do need the space im completely out of farming and my grandmother asked me to make her a little extra for Christmas was all. I know the Lynchburg has sold for around a grand in the condition its in and to her thats rich lol.

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Post by Jimbob82 » Mon. Nov. 13, 2023 6:39 am

I have checked every site out there i can't find anything on the Lynchburg except there are 2 for sale just the plow no handles rusted up and asking price is 450. I cant find any of the numbers or markings on the others somone out there knows what they are and I hope they see this post.

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Post by mntbugy » Mon. Nov. 13, 2023 8:27 am

The first set of pics, a medium duty iron beam field/garden plow. Without a sod turner, it turns grass and roots over first, then moldboard rolls everything over. Maybe $75-$150 range as is, painted up more $$.

Other is wooden main beam plow.
Lighter duty and harder to control by hand. A little less $$ then the first.

2nd other is a harrow, for weeding between the rows. Maybe $100 range.

Some people pay big $$ some not so much. You can always lower asking price, just can't raise asking price.

Many years ago, we pulled them with people power. When horses were busy or resting.

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