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BradW
It is just a shame, they should have started making single cylinder models and offering as many drivetrain options as the 700/900 series and they would have had good sales, it would have been nice to buy a new mower and hook up 35 year old attachments, there is a way to do business, if any of you are into "gaming" I am putting this along the lines of playstation 1 and playstation 2. Sony WAS smart enough to make games and controllers of the such compatible between each system. -BradW

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Kent
Which "newer" Simplicity tractor do you prefer? Legacy Sovereign Landlord Broadmoor Regent SunStar Prestige or Conquest See the Club News page to "cast your vote."

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YOU NEED PEOPLE that will spend the $6000.00 to buy it to get sales on a tractor like the soverign and the new models.THAT is why they stopped making it.PEOPLE want to pay a $1000.00 or less for junk and then complain when it wears out and then complain when there is a $4000.00 to $6000.00 price tag on this stuff. I would spend it again on a agco918 if i didnt have my toy because like everyone always saids you get what you pay for something.I dont get how many people talk about bringing the tractor back when they had the chance to spend the money and get one of these tractors to begin with.I AM not rich in no way shape or form but i knew what i wanted and spent the money and got my agco918. It is no differiant then somebody spending $40,000.00 on a truck or car.IT is all what you want to spend your hard earned money on .AGCO918 CHAD E SHAFER

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BradW
The one thing Chad, not everyone has enough money to buy a soverign brand new. Or they are "over-kill" for alot of these town yards. I have been blessed with a 2 acre farm yard. But my mom could just barley afford a new Regent and if you try to cut 2 acres full of trees with a 38" deck it takes a while. I wish I could have had a soverign, but it was just outta the question. Not to mention I'm 16 and gonna buy a new dirtbike instead of lawnmower sooooooo you catch my drift, they are a great machine, but let's hope there gone for a better machine? -BradW

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AGCO918
BRAD: you can buy around here a newer soverign/agco918 for under $3000.00 so they are out there you just have to be around at the right time and place because i have found them and if i had the money i would buy another to use and just keep my agco918 just for plowing snow and mowing and use another for what ever.

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dreaco_99
All this talk about newer tractors...SHEESH! If you've got an old Simplicity or A/C, who needs to replace it with new? These things are heirlooms! Long live the 'ol Sovereigns!

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