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stihlsaw066

725 value

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Talntedmrgreen
I'm not sure Ben...pictures would go along way. I, personally, love the 725's and would be willing to give a good price for something that didn't require a tear down. It depends what it's for, too. I just don't see a lot of the older tractors (by older, I mean pre-B100/2000 series) selling as running, working tractors. If I were to pick up a nice one, it would be to restore and preserve. I would work it some, but not work/wear it out. They are getting harder to find, and are great examples of early working machines. I would be looking for one to keep at this point, and keepers might get a decent price. A so, so 725 that is complete, in good shapre, runs well, and has a mower and grader...$450 tops? Just a guess...

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midnightpumpkin
The grader blade will probably bring as much or more than the 725. I sold a running 725 with a front blade for $300 last fall. It needed paint and smoked pretty bad. Other than that it was a good little tractor. John U

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