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Bolens 750

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11-10-2017 19:40:18

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Can anyone tell me the current value of a Bolens 750? All original, mower deck missing blades, no other attachments. And how easy is it to find the attachments for one?

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11-13-2017 14:08:47

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 Re: Bolens 750 in reply to mariee, 11-10-2017 19:40:18  
i gave $225 for my bolens 850, that has a wisconsen but usually tube frames go around $200

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11-12-2017 08:30:55

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 Re: Bolens 750 in reply to mariee, 11-10-2017 19:40:18  
Less valuable to me then the other Bolens tube-frames of the time with cast-iron engines instead of that aluminum Briggs & Stratton. But - I don't think of them as collector's items. I still use my Bolens in the garden. I could of bought a 750 this summer with a working mower and a rear tiller for $500 and passed it up. I still see a lot of Bolens tube-frame tractors with attachments pretty cheap. I bought a 12 horse model with tiller and mower for $400 (takes the same attachments as the 750). I say "same" as far as fit goes. The older Bolens Ride-a-Matics seem to sell for a lot more.

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