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Roto bale baler value

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03-17-2002 12:27:08

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Does anyone know what a roto baler is worth? It is a white top, always shedded and still has paint on the pick-up fingers.

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03-18-2002 08:24:36

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 Re: roto bale baler value in reply to Campbell, 03-17-2002 12:27:08  
I purchased one, I believe 1951-52, about six years ago for $200. He was asking $300 and had limited space and wanted it out of his shed. The baler works; I have put no money in it, just some minor repairs and I used it as late as last summer to bale some third cutting alfalfa. Tom

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03-17-2002 16:11:03

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 Re: roto bale baler value in reply to Campbell, 03-17-2002 12:27:08  
I have a '74 model white top that has never been in the field. I tried to sell it last summer and nobody would give me $300 so I kept it.

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03-17-2002 16:28:00

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 Re: Re: roto bale baler value in reply to Clem, 03-17-2002 16:11:03  
Hi Clem, Would you like to try to sell it again? If so, where do you live? I have always wanted a Rotobaler, but the ones I see at auctions are all worn out, belts missing or brittle. I would like to see one that "has never been in the field". Do you have a picture of it? Thank you for your time Clem. Take care. --ORNGBOY-- in Nebraska.

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03-17-2002 16:57:25

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 Re: Re: Re: roto bale baler value in reply to ORNGBOY, 03-17-2002 16:28:00  
Yes, it has only baled five bales. I bought it several years ago. The original owner died before he could use it and it sat in a shed all those years. I serviced it and replaced some springs that broke during storage and baled about five bale then put it in my shed and it's been there ever since. It's not for sale since I paid way more than it's worth I have a '50 model, too. Come to northeast Oklahoma and I'll give the '50 to you.

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