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RE:Mow Bee 5

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I know where i can get a MowBee5 . What is one worth that has been sitting for a couple years?? The motor is not stuck.So I can add to my collection.And can anyone put a pics of one up I would like to see what one looks like? Thanks Tony

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That Mowbee off Ebay earlier this year sold for the opening bid of 600, (if my memory isn't failing me). It was brand new, never used, sat in a garage for its entire life. A club member bought it. He was new to eBay and figured he would start the bidding off. Well, he was really surprised when no one else bid on it and he won. Last I heard, he was consignment selling it at his local tractor dealership. Not sure what they are worth but I hope this helps you base your purchase price. If I could find a B-series in that condition.....Well one can dream. Dan

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