I would guess with out seeing it if you have a blade and deck you're probably looking at $500-$750 the higher end if it's nice, runs well and you have weights and chains to go with the blade, the lower end if it doesn't or needs anything. It's not that it's a bad tractor but a lot of folks look at $1500 and they can get a new P.O.S. from the big box store for the same money and have a warranty. Unless it's got that green paint (John Deere) or is a Cub Cadet, Case/Ingersoll or maybe a Wheel Horse it's not going to sell for that much unless you can find a collector that really wants it. To give you an idea 3 years ago I purchased, from a dealer, a late 90's Wheel horse, 20 HP, with a 2 stage snow blower, wheel weights, chains, soft cab, 60" rear discharge deck and all manuals and receipts from day one for $1600 and change. I did nothing to it before I started using it and in the last three years I replaced a battery, ignition trigger and changed oil & filters.
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