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value of 230 baler?

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jon f mn

06-25-2013 05:21:30

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While picking up my combine yesterday Chris showed me a 230 baler he has for sale. It's very nice with a thrower on it.The only thing he said may be wrong is the thrower does not always work. Any idea what it might be worth?

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06-25-2013 14:40:58

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 Re: value of 230 baler? in reply to jon f mn, 06-25-2013 05:21:30  
I paid $500 for one last summer, and $400 for one with the knotters disassembled a few years ago. No thrower on either one, might be interesting to get one with a thrower.

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Adirondack case guy

06-25-2013 05:54:57

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 Re: value of 230 baler? in reply to jon f mn, 06-25-2013 05:21:30  
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If it looks as good as the combine, I would say $800-1000. I can walk you through any adjustments and tricks necessary to make the launcher work propperly, plus there are used launcher parts over in dad's house yet.
Dad was the Case Baler king. I don't know how many he sold over the years from NL's, NCM'c, 130's to 330's.
My highschool summers were spent assembling and repairing the 200-330 balers.
There was a particularly bothersome 330 that caused me to be late for my highscool graduation. I was having the same thoughts as Jerome Case had when he put a match to one of his Case threasures that he couldn't make work.
PS the White Eagle looks great hauling farm equipment.

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