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Brand new 8820 to be auctioned

OK Boys, what do you think about this. and what is it going to go for, LOL


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WOW that's amazing! Thinking some collectors will be in on this one. 8820 will go for $75,000. The 9600 around the same??


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WOW that's amazing! Thinking some collectors will be in on this one. 8820 will go for $75,000. The 9600 around the same??
Should bring more than that for a parts machine, after all the parts are new...
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Deere should really buy it back

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Wonder if it will bring more then new price


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I'd say that 88 will go south of 100K, honestly wouldn't surprise me if it brings more than the 96.

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109,000 ish, with pickup and full of fuel.
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It's a Deere, it probably wouldn't start!!!! lol


I wonder, will it still be under warranty?????
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109,000 ish, with pickup and full of fuel.
You know what Era it is from, when the brochure still refers it to a self propelled.

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