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I might be selling my homesteader 6hp. I've mowed with it 5 times and I dont like it. It has a rebuilt 6hp Briggs which runs like a top, no rust, and all the metal is straight. The only problems are that the bottom seal leaks oil and the blade is junk (Which is a NLA part)and this is the only one i've seen and I cannot find any info of how many were made. What be a good selling price?

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I've seen the 8hp Homesteaders go for as much as $350-$400 in exc. condition with attachments. The smaller ones rarely even sell from what I've seen on eBay. Seen nice looking ones for under $100. Your best bet might be to advertise it in a local paper or craigslist and maybe someone who collects AC-farm tractors and memorabilia might buy it for several hundred.

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