I'd said on another forum that if that one with 2270 hours was running,waxed up and sitting on a reputable dealer lot,they'd have $9500 on it and it wouldn't be there long. Maybe I was a little low on that prediction.
I misspoke in that post last week when I said I hadn't seen a 1755 sell. Dale had one. I don't remember off the top of my head what it brought though.
I don't know how close you are on that $70,000 figure. The neighbor who I bought that grain drill from a few weeks ago bought a CaseIH 140 last year. It's a 2014 model that the dealer used on their lot,only had 7 hours on it,cab with air,129 horse on the dyno,pre DEF,2 wheel drive. He gave $48,000 for that one.
This was Dale's 1755.