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Sell the trac. and mower for $500-$600,then $350 for tiller and $250 for thrower.That's about $1150,not counting grader blade price! doing it that way. dlc
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I am selling my 1972 Simplicity Landlord 3410 with a 36" snowthrower, 36" tiller, and 42" mower deck. It is gear-driven. I put it on this website for $1,000 OBO and have had no bites. I put it in a local union paper for $1,100 OBO and had one guy offer me $500. All work (had some tranny trouble that is now fixed) and it runs real well. Here's the question: WHAT'S IT REALLY WORTH? I want to ask (and receive) a fair price. Also, seems everyone wants to buy the attachments but not the whole thing. Is it smart to sell them or will that make it harder to sell the tractor later? See the URL for pictures (grader blade is gone - I gave in after several inquiries on it).[A href='http://www.concentric.net/~Ssule/tractor.htm/']http://www.concentric.net/~Ssule/tractor.htm/[/a]
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Your price is very resonable for what you have BUT if there is not a buyer looking for a package deal then then Dave has the right idea - take down names until everything is "spoken" for and then sell things separately - but not before - and sometimes you can may even get more that way. [A href='http://www.concentric.net/~Ssule/trac.jpg/']http://www.concentric.net/~Ssule/trac.jpg/[/a]
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