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Re: How are the collector tractors selling

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11-29-2012 19:44:39

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Kevin Happke said: (quoted from post at 22:36:30 11/29/12) I was wondering how and or if collector tractors and machinery are selling in your area. Here in Minnesota it is pretty slow, not much of anything selling, Last year they would call and ask what is your bottom dollar and this year they don't even call

It all depends on what you are selling and what you are asking. Some people get a reputation for asking prices that aren't worth it.
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11-29-2012 21:41:14

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 Re: How are the collector tractors selling in reply to Dalet, 11-29-2012 19:44:39  
Hi That's a bit Harsh go say that to a guys face and see what happens L.O.L. The markets Changing I Have a good name in my area of Canada for selling good tractors at a great price, and for fixin them too. 2 years ago I could sell most colors, and had lists of guys wanting. Now It is dead, and Im not paying guys to take them. A lot of my fixing guys are retiring as well so thats a market gone for a start . A good friend doing the same said his areas dead to and he quit buying and selling this year . I know of another guy got 40 tractors all under $5000 none of them are selling either . His place looks like a Thresher mans reunion when You drive by.
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11-30-2012 20:25:23

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 Re: How are the collector tractors selling in reply to Robert major, 11-29-2012 21:41:14  
Not just tractors, I talked to a friend yesterday who makes his money working on Corvettes and top end hot rods. He told me it has died, cars that were bringing $30,000.00 won t bring $10,000.00. He is just glad that the cars are just a hobby in retirement.

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