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Re: Let's talk prices

Postby Matt Kirsch » Mon Dec 03, 2012 10:24 am

Yeah, that whole deal about the battery is one step short of "Was running when parked."

That infamous phrase normally means that the tractor has MAJOR engine problems, has been neglected, and/or hasn't been running in 15-20 years and is seized up solid.

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Re: Let's talk prices

Postby Stanton » Mon Dec 03, 2012 7:52 pm

gusbratz wrote:i just bought 2 cubs that should run with a little tinkering, 2 snow plows and 1 belly mower for 1500$, he said he has been advertiseing them since july and everybody keeps telling him what a great deal it is but nobody has had the money. it's a buyers market right now.

It's interesting how different parts of the country run high or low concerning Cub prices. I was just thinking the other day how Cub prices seemed higher lately (at least around here). I've run into two or three Cr*igslist adds that seem like good, average tractors w/ one or no implements, but wanting a little higher than average price:
http://kansascity.craigslist.org/grd/3406797560.html (I've seen this one; really rough and has some non-Cub parts.)

Here's one that appears nice, but as the description indicates, he's invested more than he's trying to sell it for (but still seems high):
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