Thanks guys for the input. Will probably have to go check it out as it is "in the neighborhood", not very far away. Older fellow has it and has quit planting the last few years. Renting out his crop ground and just making hay for some beef and other critters he has.
Our 7000 conservation planter has had precision meter upgrade(?), clutch rebuilt, those bushing Lon mentioned replaced, among other normal repairs. It could stand to have the gauge wheel arms re-bushed, and needs the dry fertilizer boxes patched a couple places. Other than that I think it is in pretty good condition, so spending the money to just have a newer model wouldn't make much sense. I'm not doing hundreds of acres either, just a little guy. The biggest thing on this 7200 planter is that it has row cleaners on it. Something I have been thinking of doing, but are a little pricey I think for us to add to the 7000. Paul