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Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by carguyrob, Feb 22, 2010.
I think that's kinda between me and the buyer, but he was the highest offer I've had.
Someone got a good deal.
well, glad you sold it!
Yeah so am I, I'd rather it be with someone who will use it. Sorry to you guys who were making offers, hard to turn down a local guy with cash!!
hope you got good money.I want $1800 for mine.not a penny less.
there are belt drives around here for sale at $2-3,000
I'd never own another belt drive.
My mower didn't run, I'm assuming for 1800 yours is ready to go, hopefully with advantage deck too.
it's a 95 model.it was owned by a home owner that bought it new.it's ready to go except you have to tap the starter.
on a mower this small i think the advantage deck is unnecessary for our grasses.
1800 sounds pretty steep, 3 years ago I bought an '03 48" hydro with 17 kaw for 2200 (from a dealer), mower only had 150hrs. I hope you get all your money but it may be tough. Good luck!
if it does,it will be for my asking price.the difference between me and they guy you bought yours from is I don't need the money.
I actually am looking forward to using it.I don't care for the one wheeled Velke or the bagger so they are still for sale even if the mower doesn't sell.