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Welcome rayy: It depends on several factors, the condition, engine size, hours, equipment included, and most of all how bad you want it. I've always figured any price I felt comfortable with, was a good price for me. You can find these on ebay from time to time to get an idea of price range Here is a link to one that ended yesterday. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=4335718849&ssPageName=STRK:MEWA:IT By the way I am a big fan of the Sunstar tractors and have three myself.
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thanks for the info. this tractor is what i really like myself. it's just like the on ebay only has 800+ hours but is really good cond. found a snow blower for it just have to try for better price monday. again thanks
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A dealer near me has a Duetz-Allis Ultima 1914 with a 48 inch deck and 155 hrs on the clock for $1500. The 48 deck is a deal killer me. If not aware the Ultima is the same as the Sunstar.
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where is this,and how hard is it to get a snowblower for this model.I really want it for snowblowing only. Also is this shaft drive. Thank you
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As Steve says the Ultima is the Allis version of the Sunstar so it is shaft driven. Duetz-Allis until late 1982, then Agco-Allis. Their model numbers were 1914H, 1916H, 1918H, and 1920H, the second pair of digits indicating the horse power. The Sunstar was also available in a 17 hp. model 17GTH-L. I have not heard of or seen an Ultima in this version though it may have been available.
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