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|Jimmy Bickel||After owning 10 used Massey's over the past 30 years, we just popped for the brand new 4355. Traded a 275 and 165 both with loader and about $21,000 boot. Cab air heat loader etc. It's gonna be sweet. No more frezzing my rear off no more choking on the dust. I can't wait. Of coarse I can remember when that $ would but a nice farm.
|Steve||After reading your comments, I had to reply. You said you had 10 Massey's over the past 30 years?? That is like a tractor every 3 years. Now you bought a new tractor for $21,000 and 2 other tractors?? I hope the new one last for more than 3 years. I think I will stick with my old MF250 and I could stay warm by burning my $21,000 in a fire. Ha Ha.
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