I would agree double the price in most cases, but not always. Sometimes it's MORE!$$!! I paid $300 for it with a good 42" Woods attached (sold to Boss Hog for almost that price). So, the initial "start-up" cost was pocket change. The overhaul was $850 and the paint was $200; those were the two biggest costs. Everything else was nickle and dime along the way. Unless you keep meticulous records, you'll never really know how much you spent...
...that's why I stopped keeping records after my first Cub.
Whether you decided to do it or not, just enjoy what you're doing. If you're paying all this cash out for something you won't enjoy, what's the point in that?
dgrapes59 wrote:Oh, and I don't think Stanton would sell the one you pictured for twice the 2,750 noted.
You got that one right!