Need help in identifying Mog

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Tom @ Snake River
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Need help in identifying Mog

Post by Tom @ Snake River » Sat Mar 03, 2007 7:55 am

I found a mog for sale, it is a diesel, used by the US Army Corp of engineers. It has a front end loader built by a firm in the mid-west, and a CASE backhoe. Would this by chance be a CASE mog ??? Would it be more or less valuable ?? What would be a possible value ?? Tom

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Post by karoja » Wed Mar 07, 2007 3:15 pm

Any pics?
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Post by Ted Gates » Thu Mar 08, 2007 1:47 pm

Tom,

With out pictures it is hard to say...however you are describing either a Case MB94 or a 406 (one in the same with some differences of optional equipment). There is also a chance that it could be a SEE Unimog. The mog itself if not rusty with low engine hours with dual pto's and dual hydraulics can range from $5k to $20K. The back hoe, if in good shape could fetch $2K-$3K and the front end loader with all connections can fetch $2.5K or more. If it has a tipper bed with cylinder then that is a plus!

Most used mogs need a few K's put into them to get them up to reliable speed and there are some very good parts suppliers in the US.

I hope this helps.

Ted

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