The John Deere 4020 is a popular tractor model that was made between 1964 and 1972. Known for its durability and quality, this tractor has become a popular choice for many farmers and landowners. This synchro trans 1968 tractor is now available for sale in Ohio. There are many things to consider when buying one, including the condition of the machine. To help you find the best one, here are some tips:
A 1972 JD 4020 diesel tractor sold for $28,000 on April 7, 2012 in northwest Michigan. The hours on this machine are not known, but bidding started at $20,000. The auction was led by Schrader Real Estate and Auction Co. Inc. The bidding quickly reached $25,000, indicating strong interest in this model. A similar vintage JD 4020 sold for a staggering $36,000 in August 2010 in Ohio.
The first JD 4020 tractor ever sold for $28,000. It was a 1972 model with unknown hours and sold to a farmer for $26,000. Another vintage JD 4020 diesel tractor sold for $28,000 at a Leith Auctions auction in Bremen, OH in August 2010. These are just a few examples of the many vintage tractors available for sale. A rare find!
This 1970 JD 4020 tractor went for $26,000 on April 7, 2012. In September 2010, Leith Auctions sold another relic of the legendary era of tractors. A 1972 JD 4020 diesel tractor, with 3,660 hours, sold for $28,000 at an auction in Ohio. This example shows the power of the ‘Next Generation’ Deere. It’s a great investment!
A 1972 JD 4020 diesel tractor sold for $30,000 at an auction in northwest Michigan. This particular model had unknown hours, but it still received intense bidding. Its auctioned price was $28,000, but that’s not an uncommon price for an old tractor. A 1970 JD 4020 with 3,660 hours was sold for $38,000 in an auction in August 2010. It was one of two tractors to sell for more than $100,000.
In August 2010, a 1972 JD 4020 tractor sold for $26,000 at an auction in Bremen, OH. The auction was led by Schrader Real Estate and Auction Co. Inc., and bidding on the relic was intense. Unlike a later JD 4020 for sale in Ohio, this tractor was never out of the factory. It was the “Next Generation” Deere of its day.