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Stan - Florida

03-16-2013 10:39:52

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There were a total of 61,105 60s made. The only one lower than the high seat was a high-crop (212 of them).

I'm no expert on "rare". If I'm buying, it's always a "rare" item. If I'm selling, there are a million like it.

Just remember - If he's asking 10, he wants 8, he'll take 6, it's worth 4, so offer him 2.


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Hunter F.

03-16-2013 16:27:07

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 Re: john deere high seat 60 in reply to Stan - Florida, 03-16-2013 10:39:52  
Thank you for the info stan. Got Her bought for 2500 hope good deal :) I am third owner of it. And ya i usually buy high and sell cheap to lol.

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Stan - Florida

03-16-2013 18:32:26

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 Re: john deere high seat 60 in reply to Hunter F., 03-16-2013 16:27:07  
Congratulations! The '60' row crop was one of my favorite tractors when they were new. Hope yours works out well for you.


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55 50 Ron

03-16-2013 19:04:35

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 Re: john deere high seat 60 in reply to Stan - Florida, 03-16-2013 18:32:26  
Stan, You probably already know that a 60 high seat is a standard, not a row crop.

And $2500 seems like an excellent buy to me.


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Kent Petersen

03-17-2013 05:59:09

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 Re: john deere high seat 60 in reply to 55 50 Ron, 03-16-2013 19:04:35  
2500 is all most stealing

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