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Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by Yarddog73, Nov 4, 2012.
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"A picture is worth a thousand words".
Come on guys, this mower is like new. Even the paint on this is original - as it should on a mower with only 40 hours. It is not some refurbished mower that has been given a crappy paint job to hide it's condition.
Someone should meet this guy in/near Pawleys Island and buy it.
You will be hard pressed to get a mower in this condition for only $1000 next spring.
The mower is about 3 years old
Good deal! Wish you where closer to Oklahoma!
If it wasn't a 1,500 round trip for me I'd be all over this mower, even though I don't need it. Maybe he needs to list it for $2,500 and let people lowball him so they feel like they're getting a deal, lol.
Perfect mower for all these guys starting up...way better than a lawn tractor or homeowner Z turn rider.
Thanks for all the support guys. I really am surprised I still have it.
yes bump seems a good deal, of course mower needs to be looked at closer by potential buyer
People can come look all they want as long as they have cash in hand.
There's one on ebay now with 2 hours on it and a catcher for $2,850, buy it now, and one up for bid with a sulky with an estimated 20 hours on it currently with 23 bids. It's at$1,825 with 2 days of bidding left.
I say put it up on Ebay and get twice what you're asking if nobody here wants it.
Put it on craigslist TODAY for $1600 to $1700. Like Darryl suggested, someone will negotiate you down a little and you'll still get $1300 to $1400 for it. Then someone on this site will post later how they wished they had bought it for $1000.
Also like Darryl said, if I was closer, I would buy it even though I don't need it.