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1966 John Deere 112h value

Looking for value and more info on my jd 112h . My grandfather bout new in 66 and he gave it to my dad and now I have it and still mow my yard with it... Somebody told me they only made 1000? Not sure. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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Does the "H" mean hydrostatic?
If so there would have been very few of those
My dad bought a 110 then went to a 112 with a bigger rototiller and mower but they were both belt drive.

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No h was for hydraulic lift....
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We had quiet a few attachments for it over the yrs snow blade tiller generated... Grandpa used it to run the hay elevater and scrape the catch pin along w mowing the yard ect.
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No h was for hydraulic lift....
Still...
Ours were both manual.
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Mine is also 4 speed w variable speed
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Mine is also 4 speed w variable speed
Mine is also 4 speed and belt but with an electric actuator for lift not hydraulic .
It got turned into a self propelled sprayer this summer.


Bottom line lots of replies and not 1 answer to your question.

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Yea it no big ordeal. I was mainly wanting as value, I know quiet a bit about it but more knowledge is better. I will probably restore it this winter.
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