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Selling a 9N

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Dr. Bert

08-23-2014 15:32:07
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I have a 9N I am going to sell and would like suggestions on how to price it. Tin is straight and repainted, both front and rear tires are new or near new, equipped with a Sherman step-up transmission,tight steering, hydraulics excellent,front grille guard, and no oil leaks. This is in Montana. I"m considering $1800 to 2000. Your opinions please.




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Dan Price

08-28-2014 12:24:15
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 Re: Selling a 9N in reply to Dr. Bert, 08-23-2014 15:32:07  
I'm in central idaho it would easily go for 3500 to 4500



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Doctor Rick

08-23-2014 21:11:49
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 Re: Selling a 9N in reply to Dr. Bert, 08-23-2014 15:32:07  
West coast runs to the high side 'cause there aren't as many and we're all rich here. Ha ha. Maybe cause we're all poor cause we pay so much for housing but we think tractors are cool.

1800-2800 here depending on condition, paint tires. etc

Rick



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Royse

08-23-2014 20:05:08
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 Re: Selling a 9N in reply to Dr. Bert, 08-23-2014 15:32:07  
In my area they generally sell pretty low, but with good tires, good
paint and everything working that's about where I would price it too.

Central Michigan



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Ultradog MN

08-23-2014 17:18:39
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 Re: Selling a 9N in reply to Dr. Bert, 08-23-2014 15:32:07  
The tractor sounds like a good one.
I think I would ask $2500 here.
Renew the CL ad a couple times. Then run a new one and add OBO.
Pretty sure I could get the $2500 for it though.
Got a spare implement you can throw in?



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HCooke

08-23-2014 16:33:38
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 Re: Selling a 9N in reply to Dr. Bert, 08-23-2014 15:32:07  
That sounds about right to me. In my opinion the step up makes it a more valuable tractor. I like the two stepped up speeds between 1 and 2. Ask 2200 so you have some bargaining room.



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soundguy

08-23-2014 16:25:24
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 Re: Selling a 9N in reply to Dr. Bert, 08-23-2014 15:32:07  
sounds nice+

If it starts and runs good, clutch and charge system functional. I see 2000-2500 here in the south area of the us



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Stockdale Dave

08-23-2014 15:45:13
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 Re: Selling a 9N in reply to Dr. Bert, 08-23-2014 15:32:07  
That tractor would bring $1800- $2400 in South/Central Texas easily. Not sure about the Montana market. If I were closer I'd sure give it a look.



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