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I'm trying to get information on the selling price
of a Allis Mow Bee in perfect shape, in fact it
has never mowed a blade of grass. A friend of a
friend bought the mower for $500 and thinks he can
sell it for $1000 or more.

A picture from the literature is at URL

www.europa.com/~jerryg/Mow_Bee.jpg

Thank you. elb@kestral.co.intel.com www.europa.com/~jerryg/Mow_Bee.jpg

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tej
Eileen,

An old mower is just an old mower unless you can find that right person that will pay what you want. As an old mower even in good shape the $500.00 sounds high. Most of us collectors of old AC's restore and use our tractors. It will be harder to find someone who wants to pay high price for a show piece. Anyway good luck to your friend in recouping their investment. Tim

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