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what is the value of a agco918 1999 model with 48 inch deck with a 42 inch snow blade that is in perfect condition with everything other than hour meter on it? Tractor is pictured in my profile.Might be forsale if i can get enough out of it and my lawncart in a packaged deal . Buyer takes both.Just thinking right now not forsure i will sell it.Would like to get a Ac compact tractor would be reason forselling it if i do.

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The value is probably more than you'll get for it. I expect you paid $5,000 or thereabouts for it. I'd keep it if I were you Chad. Remember your B-10, wouldn't it be nice to have it now? Brent

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