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Default Reid, what are they worth?

I was recently at the show in Adrian Mo, last weekend (very good show) and I got talking to a man about the 15 hp Reid that was running, and he told me that you can buy a running engine for around $2500 and up. Is this the case? I thought they would be worth alot more.
I would love to own one myself one day when I get more room and time!
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Default Re: Reid, what are they worth?

I have seen running engines as low as $1800.
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Default Re: Reid, what are they worth?

Price is about right, the smaller they get the more they cost!
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Let's see:
$100.00 original brass tag
$150.00 Cast pot oilers
$350.00 governor
$100.00 governor pulley
$150.00 Chimney with clamp
$100.00 drillers wheel
$100.00 Bronze crank bearing
$50.00.00 lollipop oiler
$100.00 3 #3 brass oilers
$100.00 hard to find Reid brass gas cock
= $1300.00 + mounted on a skid running with a water tank ??
If anyone has a 15hp Reid with all these parts for $1800.00. Please Pm me I'll take everyone you have. A stuck upside down Reid with a tree growing in the bedplate is worth $1000.00 for scrap. Come on guys
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Let's see:
$100.00 original brass tag
$150.00 Cast pot oilers
$350.00 governor
$100.00 governor pulley
$150.00 Chimney with clamp
$100.00 drillers wheel
$100.00 Bronze crank bearing
$50.00.00 lollipop oiler
$100.00 3 #3 brass oilers
$100.00 hard to find Reid brass gas cock
= $1300.00 + mounted on a skid running with a water tank ??
If anyone has a 15hp Reid with all these parts for $1800.00. Please Pm me I'll take everyone you have. A stuck upside down Reid with a tree growing in the bedplate is worth $1000.00 for scrap. Come on guys
I thought you were into maytags
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Maytags...!!! now Skidmore, you know them cast pot oilers makes them maytags top heavy....

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Maytags Rod, I am in the market for one . Also looking for a good
flat belt , an old belt driven power hacksaw with a vise mounted on it. I could use the clutch pulley on the Reid for power. Maybe sell thin green slices at the next outing. That's not being very nice need to take my happy pill.
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Maytags Rod, I am in the market for one . Also looking for a good
flat belt , an old belt driven power hacksaw with a vise mounted on it. I could use the clutch pulley on the Reid for power. Maybe sell thin green slices at the next outing. That's not being very nice need to take my happy pill.
I have a friend down your way that has one of those belt driven power hacksaws for sale. Let me know if your interested and I'll give you his info.

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I would like to have a 15 or20 hp Reid also but I can't drive 800 miles for one ... I'd set it next to my 12 ........ Gotta love those stinky old Reid's.....my neighbors like em too...
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Scrap price would be about $1000, for the iron, about another 30 for the brasses, if you get them off!, price of 2500 would be about right, people really want a smaller one. i would love to have one of the 4 Hp ones John Burns is building, even a 6 HP would be great! The 8s are nice, but I probably would have a hard time getting it down my driveway, as I only have 8 feet between the house and the fence next door.
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a lot of $$$$$ difference between a right and a left hand reid also.
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Anybody know of one for sale?
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Andrew, the bigger the Reid the better. Bringing a 25 hp home soon. 4'' exhaust cant wait. Lister d How many do you want ?
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I would love a big one, but nowhere to put it! I guess I will just have to make due with my Burns & Horner prototype 1/4 scale.

Still runs great, with the original rings!
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Farmer John,
I have a twenty sitting in my yard, do you want some pictures?

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Andrew, the bigger the Reid the better. Bringing a 25 hp home soon. 4'' exhaust cant wait. Lister d How many do you want ?
I love my 25hp Reid, what a hunk of iron. I just found out a few weeks ago that my buddy is working on a 40hp Reid. I had been asking around about the engine and come to find out he had made the deal several years ago and had the engine salted away until he retired. Now we should get to see it run at the Temple, Tx show in Oct.
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Is the 40 a twin? (left and right coupled together with a common center flywheel) If so, they are a rare bird indeed! Pictures? If a single, I didn't think they made them that big!
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40 is a single, largest size as far as i am aware
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hey Jon ,,,,pic's would be great....but it's still 800 miles do you deliver???
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Default Re: Reid, what are they worth?

The only good thing lately for old equipment is the price of scrap is almost half of what it was a year ago,
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