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|Sean||starter is gone- new starter is $550!! I hear you can have a mechanic rewind it for maybe @ $100-.???
But now, I think I want as new mower (deere) with a plow. I can get one to my acre & long drive for @ $2,000-
1) Whats it worth?- (very well maintained)
2) Would a Deere dealer take it as a trade in?
3) What would I get for it as a trade-in?
|bontai Joe||A 15 year old non running tractor isn't worth much more than maybe $100. If it was a 200 series, 300 series, or 400 series, it would be worth more, because of them being stronger and more desirable. Your dealer might take it in as a trade, and if he does, I'd let him have it.