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D 17 Prices

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Grass Grower in Mo

05-09-2002 19:17:02

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I am in the process of looking at D17s to buy.My area is a 100 mile radius of Springfield.Mo.In two day time on a business trip unrelated to this endevor I stopped at two dealerships along the highway.#1 Old Allis dealer,owner 72 years young would have talked all day,a large lot covered with Allis and Gleaner eguipment. Three D17s,ser one and twos.Priced from $5200-excellent shape (gas )but very bad tires .$4700 (diesel) bad sheet metal,bad tires,powerstering bad. $4500 (gas)smoked,bad powerstering,bad tires,bad sheet metal. All had add on 3pts. I left thinking all to high.
About 40 miles down the road JD dealer lot. One D17 Ser III,three new tires, good sheet metal, as sound a tractor as the $5200 one.Priced at $3500.

The moral of the story is look around. I didn't expect there were that many for sale within 500 miles.

I'm still going to look some more.

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05-10-2002 22:09:37

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 Re: D 17 Prices in reply to Grass Grower in Mo, 05-09-2002 19:17:02  
in NC mo I think you should be able to pick one up for $3000 to $3500, series 3 or 4. but if everything else is okay don't overlook a good tractor. also a dealer will probably be higher than idividual or auction.

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05-10-2002 20:19:04

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 Re: D 17 Prices in reply to Grass Grower in Mo, 05-09-2002 19:17:02  
sounds like they were all double priced to me. $2500 would buy a runable series I or II. I would not pay $3500 unless it was a good condition series IV.

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05-10-2002 19:55:07

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 Re: D 17 Prices in reply to Grass Grower in Mo, 05-09-2002 19:17:02  
you had better buy that series three for 3500

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