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It was actually a 1996 model year
You are correct. My mistake. Probably doubled his money! Or his kids did.


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The 7810 is going to be just like the 4020 for demand and resale. Best Deere tractor I ever owned.

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When will the manufacturers ever clue in to this? You would think it would be pretty obvious that there is still a huge demand for something simple and reliable.
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They would rather sell parts and service. And with the emissions they don’t have as much of a choice.

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Some air drills are selling cheap. Was a good deal on a BG near us the other day.
Yep, there has been 3 or 4 BG drills go very reasonable/cheap.
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Yep, there has been 3 or 4 BG drills go very reasonable/cheap.
What kind of shape are they in. Iíve looked at lots that went cheap for a reason
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What kind of shape are they in. Iíve looked at lots that went cheap for a reason
https://www.rbauction.com/glenbain-s...%202%2C%202019

Was told all this farms gear was nice. My neighbour owns his last drill. That was a deal IMO.
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12Ē spacing is the reason for that price. Not popular with the Bourgault guys.
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Big drills go cheap. There’s a ton of them out there. **** I was talking to one salesman and they won’t take some on trade since they never sell on the lot. End up sending them to auction

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I'm always encouraged when i see farm equipment/land go for high prices. Tells me that farmers are doing exceedingly well.

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