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2011 760tt and 2013 780tt reasonable price?

I am looking at two combines right now from different people one is a 2011760tt with about 850eng hours with autogreaser the other is a 780tt with 1500eng hours with auto greaser cemos the new style air intake on the side and cruise pilot. They both tell me they have been through the shop and are in field ready condition both have pickups.

I haven't looked at them yet, but I am curious what people that have been buying or own claas feel that a reasonable price range would be.

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Are these dealer or private machines? Dealer ones are all overpriced ! We are looking for a early model 760tt right now and it's hard to find anything under 250k in Canada. Have to wait for some auctions! A pair of 780tt went on Auction Time late last yr for about 260k Canadian.....under 1000 Sep hrs in Nebraska.


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The 780tt would be 275-325 depending on what was done previously. There are a few things that wouldn’t need to be done that I would want done before I put it in the field.
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I didnt see those but I see there were 2 2014 780tt with under 1000 threshing and they sold for under $250,000 canadian in Jan of this year but were corn beans, not sure how much it would cost to convert.
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I didnt see those but I see there were 2 2014 780tt with under 1000 threshing and they sold for under $250,000 canadian in Jan of this year but were corn beans, not sure how much it would cost to convert.
Those were the ones.....sorry I was typing fast and not paying attention.. I thought they were 260k but just looked them up and they show 240k.....thats a good deal for those hrs. ...
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