I bought a 68 in working condition at auction for $200. Has needed some maint but still cranks out the bales. Just saw a rougher one at a auction sell for $225. Both balers cond were dark rusted red, but functionally sound.
The 65 is a whole nuther story. Is an unusual bale size that some are looking for e.g. rare for the right buyer. I would expect it to go for a min of $600 in unknown condition and have seen nice ones with good paint on t-house for $1200... Have to find the right buyer, tho.
Parts are still easy to get from New Holland and aftermarket on these balers.
This post was edited by Hogleg at 13:38:04 09/16/13.
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