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1975 Simplicity Baron what's it worth?

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'75 Simplicity 7013s Baron, with 42 inch blower, 42 inch deck, 36 inch tiller, 42 inch grader blade, 60 inch snow plow, tractor also has an electric lift on it. The tractor and all the impliments have fresh paint. It is my every day user. So can anybody give me a ballpark figure of what it is worth?

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I hate to put a value on things but if it runs real good then at least $800. The attachments are worth probably $600 alone, the tiller if in good shape should be worth around $200, the grader blade at least $100, blower in good shape $150, deck in good solid working shape at least $75, Snow plow at least $80-150, tractor $400-$900, thats just what I'm guessing. Hope this helps you. -Chris

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