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Junker Pays $1500 For Gleaner Pull Type Combine

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1206SWMO

01-27-2014 08:43:39
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Check out the prices the junkers are paying for stuff..

Gleaner combine $1500
LA Case $2000
GB MM $1500

How do they pay $500 a ton? I'm afraid that this junker will end up with most of the unrestored tractors and combines at those two big sales coming up in western Kansas in March..

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Dick2

01-28-2014 11:18:58
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 Re: Junker Pays $1500 For Gleaner Pull Type Combine in reply to 1206SWMO, 01-27-2014 08:43:39  
Those old pull type combines were built strong, so quite a bit of metal in those. If it had a Ford Model C Industrial engine on it, the engines will fetch a good price from guys who use them to build airplanes similar to a Piper Cub. They might even have a standing order for those engines, which were made stronger than a regular Model A engine.



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Howard H.

01-27-2014 17:41:16
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 Re: Junker Pays $1500 For Gleaner Pull Type Combine in reply to 1206SWMO, 01-27-2014 08:43:39  

There has been a really tough scrapper coming out of Colorado for several years - and rarely misses a sale.

Seemed like he"s really backed off the last few months on what he"d pay for old iron, but for a while, I thought HE was really crazy on a lot of his purchases.

But he"s been at it long enough - I guess he"s either running on lottery winnings or making some money at it.

Sure not like back a few years ago when junk wouldn"t bring much of anything...

Howard

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Joe Graunke

01-27-2014 16:11:20
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 Re: Junker Pays $1500 For Gleaner Pull Type Combine in reply to 1206SWMO, 01-27-2014 08:43:39  
That's crazy. Do they resell? Or does it get cut up? Joe



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1206SWMO

01-28-2014 06:06:36
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 Re: Junker Pays $1500 For Gleaner Pull Type Combine in reply to Joe Graunke, 01-27-2014 16:11:20  
If Two Fat Brothers get out bid its going to China..If the brothers get it,its sold complete or parted out..



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Kent Petersen

01-28-2014 05:04:55
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 Re: Junker Pays $1500 For Gleaner Pull Type Combine in reply to Joe Graunke, 01-27-2014 16:11:20  
Hay guys its still a free county he can pay all he wants to



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mab570diesel

01-28-2014 14:27:23
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 Re: Junker Pays $1500 For Gleaner Pull Type Combine in reply to Kent Petersen, 01-28-2014 05:04:55  
we know its a free country the question is is he a dummy or does he know something we dont plus it totally sucks to see good usable/parts machine cut up for scrap



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1206SWMO

01-28-2014 06:16:34
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 Re: Junker Pays $1500 For Gleaner Pull Type Combine in reply to Kent Petersen, 01-28-2014 05:04:55  
Yes,we are aware that its a free country..Lots of us love old tractors and combines and hate to see them all cut up..We cant pay $500 a ton for all of them..

The question is how does a junker pay $500 a ton,cut it up,haul it,and make a profit..Are they getting $700-800 a ton somewhere...Around here if you haul it to them its only $150-200 a ton...

I've heard rumors that the government gives them money if they can deliver so many tons a year..

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