As of 2015, restored Farmall tractors generally sell in the range of a few thousand dollars. However, since they have been discontinued for almost 50 years, there is no consensus or suggested retail price for the tractors.
Farmall is a brand name of tractors that was produced in the US between the 1920s and 1970s. Most models were manufactured for use in agriculture, most significantly in row crops. Historically, the Farmall tractor was a pioneer in the mechanization of agriculture, and its mass production and low cost were significant influences in the obsolescence of horse-driven agriculture. The farm equipment continues to be used today thanks to a cult status among aficionados.