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Re: tractor sale prices

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03-15-2002 05:41:27

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I am not an everyday tractor guy, so my opinion is not a 'professional' opinion. Buyers and sellers expect to haggle over price. Buyers hope to get $2750 and probably do on occasion; sellers hope to buy for less and probably usually do. Sure there are some guys around with more money than they need and impulsively plunk-down full price.

In summary, any used item is worth whatever you get for it.....usually less than the asking price.

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Bryan Smith

03-15-2002 06:01:10

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 Re: Re: tractor sale prices in reply to Bo, 03-15-2002 05:41:27  
Normal prices seem to be $600 to $1800 US around here for a B. Some folks can get more on occasion, but it certainly wouldn't be worth your freight costs to ship it here to sell it - plus you would have one less potential AC fan over there. Sell it there and bolster the "orange fever!"

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03-15-2002 15:12:50

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 Re: Re: Re: tractor sale prices in reply to Bryan Smith, 03-15-2002 06:01:10  
I agree with Bryan, $600 is a base price for tractor that probably runs, but has poor tires and paint. $1800 is about top dollar around the mid west for a B or C without implements.

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