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It"s a shame that so many people think that just because a piece of equipment is old that it"s automatically an antique and worth BIG BUCKS. About 6 years ago I watched an old tow behind drum roller, and a steel wheeled, single shank ripper (would probably have taken a D6 to pull) go to scrap because the scrap yard owner wanted a couple of thousand for each one. In the end he probably got a couple of hundred for the both of them when he could have made at least a few hundred more just by asking a fair price. In this case, yes it"s a nice little machine, and looks like it"s at least received a paint job, but it"s not $10,000 worth of paint.
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