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Re: Another Ford mounted picker

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01-12-2013 12:13:23

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It is odd to see that much Ford blue on a mounted corn picker. Looks to be in really nice shape!

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01-12-2013 13:27:13

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 Re: Another Ford mounted picker in reply to RedRoundhead, 01-12-2013 12:13:23  
I thought so too.
Sent the owner an email, said to let me know if he gets a good offer on the tractor, I might be interested in just the picker. (even though I plant narrow rows and haven't picked cob corn in more than a decade...would just be to save it from scrap) He emailed back saying to make an offer...he could use the tractor himself.

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01-12-2013 19:23:32

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 Re: Another Ford mounted picker in reply to Fordfarmer, 01-12-2013 13:27:13  
Huh. I don"t know if I could scrap ANYTHING with that much shiny paint.....even if I had no use for it. You would think that somebody, somewhere could use it.

I buy stuff to save it from getting scrapped to.....which is why I have no storage space. I wonder what the guy would take for the picker. Is it worth $200? Scrap is low right now. Not that I want to own it; would just be a shame to see it scrapped!

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01-14-2013 07:42:48

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 Re: Another Ford mounted picker in reply to RedRoundhead, 01-12-2013 19:23:32  
$200 is the neighborhood I was thinking. Don't know if he'd go for that or not. Haven't looked at scrap prices in a while... sales literature says a 602 weighs up to 3095 pounds, depending on options.

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