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2006 Legacy XL 27 price?

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heron
Looking at this for my father in law. Located only about an hour from me. It has less than 200 hours, supposedly perfect condition... 60" deck, 27hp kohler. Owner said one scratch on deck. No implements except deck. 2wd. Good price... $4800?

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RickS
Aaron, While price varies greatly by region. If that tractor was located in Maine, it would be a very good price. A steal in fact. I would jump on it. That said I have an older Legacy (not the Legacy XL) and really like it. But depending on the size of your lawn it can be overkill (it is a large machine). I use mine to cut my lawn and clear snow from the driveway. It works great for both. Rick.......

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Brettw
2005 Simplicity Legacy xl with the Kawasaki liquid cooled engine. 4X4 full hydraulics with the three point and rear pto, 60" deck used twice. This guy is Asking $4900.00 Tractor looks nice. Madison WI Craig's List. If you're making that kind of investment, maybe a road trip is in order. For me, the 4x4 would be worth the drive.

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rs07
That is a good price for it being in excellent condition and less than 200 hours on it. That particular model lists brand new now for about $10,000 with the mower deck. Of course you would see if he would come down on that price, but it's still a good price.

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