How much would you pay for these items?

Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by NIXRAY, Mar 14, 2013.

  1. NIXRAY

    NIXRAY LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 511

    1. 2004 F350 reg cab, 5.4eng, 81/2' boss plow...............
    little rust
    tires @ 90%, brakes @ 100%
    eng-85,000 miles, body 202,000miles
    new front axle, hubs, 4x4, rotors, calipers, exhaust, head studs, manifolds, plow undercariage, wiring harness


    2. 2003 F250, ext cab, 5.4eng, 81/2' boss plow..............
    aprox 137,000 miles
    tires & brakes @ 100%
    has 1 1/2 ton suspension..very heavy duty (doesn't squat with weight)
    light wheelwell rust, cab, doors solid


    3. 2005 exmark ZTR, 27hp kohler, 60" vacuum unit, new;tires, pumps, wheel motors, clutch,starter excellent runner.........

    4. 2011 shindiawa 3-t-270 whips, excellent to vgc...............

    5. 2005 81/2x14 red enclosed trailer, new cabinets, floor, supports, poor15 paint on frame.............................

    Just curious for my buddy wants to make an offer, and asked me to see if he is off

    Thanks all
     
  2. herler

    herler LawnSite Fanatic
    Posts: 5,144

    I would haul it away for free if he no longer wants it.
     
  3. NIXRAY

    NIXRAY LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 511

    well yes, naturally FREE would be great. The asking price for all items individually comes in at 29.5k
    my friend offered 20k even, the guy accepted know my friend wants to know if that is still to high.
     
  4. Lawn132012

    Lawn132012 LawnSite Member
    from NJ
    Posts: 175

    Price is all relevant. If it is something you need and they work then the price was good. If they end up breaking down half way throught he year then you got screwed. I think the price sounds pretty good.

    One thing I learned a long time ago is if you think you are getting charged to much then walk away. If you walk away they tend to call you back with a better deal.

    I do not know how long they were up for sale but it does sound like you got a pretty good price. Compare them to brand new and deduct about 60% of the price them see where it is. That is what I try to do on anything that is older then 7 years.

    I hope they last for you as you want to get at least one good year beofre you have to do any real work to them.
     
  5. Chris_NC06

    Chris_NC06 LawnSite Fanatic
    Male, from Sanford, NC
    Posts: 6,592

    1. $6,000
    2. $5,000
    3. $4,500
    4. $600 for all 3
    5. $2,000
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  6. GARRETTWOOD

    GARRETTWOOD LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 347

    Sounds like a good deal for 20k.
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  7. TitanLC

    TitanLC LawnSite Member
    Posts: 15

    Seems like a decent catch for 20K. Obviously I can't look much into the trucks as far as how well they run, but assuming your buddy felt comfortable with what he seen - he didn't do too bad. . . . . .15K wouldn't have been a bad start to feel 'em out...

    except for that Shindiawa stuff ;)
     
  8. NIXRAY

    NIXRAY LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 511

    Well the guy accepted the 20k, now my buddy is waitin to go pic em up.
     
  9. TitanLC

    TitanLC LawnSite Member
    Posts: 15

    As long as he gets the job done and turns a profit it doesn't really matter too much.

    Wish him luck and help him out where you can - that's all you can really do.

    Tell him "good luck" from TITAN in FL. :)
     
  10. NIXRAY

    NIXRAY LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 511

    Great sound advice and will pass on the kind words. I will prolly help him out when I can.
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