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Combines & Harvesters Discussion Forum

Selling a combine

Author  [Modern View]

01-01-2014 19:05:18

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Where is the best place to advertise a combine for sale?

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01-02-2014 15:38:27

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 Re: Selling a combine in reply to Animal, 01-01-2014 19:05:18  
Sold mine on Craigs list. The final buyer contacted me on the first day.He spent another day trying to get the price down but he finally paid my price. Set a reasonable price with a little room to come down. Do not put "price is firm" statement in your ad it come across that you are hard to deal with and turns away some good buyers.

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01-02-2014 07:23:04

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 Re: Selling a combine in reply to Animal, 01-01-2014 19:05:18  
Craig's list.

Use the right words, don't misspell.

Folks will search with 'search e pest' from all around and find you if they are seriously looking. That is why spelling is important, put in your asking price and a picture. Tell if it is hydro, gas or diesel, and so on with the options as appropriate.


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Straw Boss

01-01-2014 20:18:42

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 Re: Selling a combine in reply to Animal, 01-01-2014 19:05:18  
Right here on YT.
Green magazine if its green.
Red Power magazine if its red. etc. etc.
Your local farm paper for local buyers because they're tough to haul long distance or to hire hauled.

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01-01-2014 19:39:19

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 Re: Selling a combine in reply to Animal, 01-01-2014 19:05:18  
Local paper/'shopper';Craigs list;farm 'papers'.....If all else fails your local consignment sale.

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