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 04-19-2004, 22:36 Post: 83685
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link to used tractor price guide.note hp listed on report is pto






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 04-19-2004, 22:42 Post: 83686
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It's probably worth mentioning that the prices at machinerylink often seem a little high. I'm curious to know how often these prices are updated, when they were last updated, and how the information is gathered. Anyone know?






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 04-20-2004, 12:07 Post: 83714
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If you go their home page, they have a Used Equipment Marketplace section. If you click on buy, tractors, all makes, they have over 3000 listings of tractors for sale. They may just take and average of the asking price for each model. Of course, asking price would likely be higher than actual sell price.






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If they calculate prices that way it would explain the higher prices, since many of the machines for sale are from dealers and not private parties.






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 04-21-2004, 05:37 Post: 83784
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Just for curiosity I looked up the three largest JD farm tractors we have on the farm, #1- 00 model 8410, #2- 96 model 8300 and #3- 99 model 7810. The prices listed were pretty close to the asking prices around here except the 8410 was maybe 5- 10 % higher than asked locally. I just haven't saw enough 4000 series in the dealer ads to make any comparisons. Tractors vary quite a bit by region, for example in Dairy country a particular model might bring a premium for use on a bunk feeder trailer, while the same model in grain country might not be anything special and hard to sell. Looks like to me thay are using an average of prices asked by dealers. The steel cost increase will of course affect the cost of new tractors just like anything else, so that eventually btings up the prices of good quality late model tractors. Frank.






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