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Dreams can come true just look at his lineup

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How would you like to go to the barn every morning and greet alls these girls all lined up for ya picking

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Very nice,I'll take em all.Auction?

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Hold it...I think you hogging the 1206's. Bad Boy. LOL Kent

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Yes this sale was on Dec. 17th in Atkins Ia. Some very clean equipment and pretty nice collector tractors. Will try to find a link with the prices.

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Someone posted thesale info here.  The 12s and 66s were high teens to mid 20ks.  8920 was 80k iirc.  All appeared mint

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That is awesome!

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Auctioneer was Sullivan Auctions

2010 Case IH Magnum 210 CVT MFWD tractor; 902  hours; $104,000

1998 Case-IH 8920 MFWD tractor; 1,979 hours, $80,000

2010 Case IH Farmall 95 MFWD tractor; 322 hours, $41,000

1979 IH 1086 tractor; 3,826 hours; $24,750

1975 IH 1566 black stripe tractor; 5,124 hours; $18,500

1976 IH 1466 black stripe tractor; 5,264 hours; $19,500

1976 IH 966 black stripe tractor; 9 (?) hours; $18,000

1972 IH 1066 Farmall Turbo tractor; 5,017 hours; $16,000

1966 IH 1206 Wheatland Turbo tractor; 5,488 hours; $21,000

1967 IH 1206 Farmall Turbo tractor, 6,670 hours; $23,500

1967 IH 1206 Farmall Turbo tractor, 8,817 hours; $24000

 

 

 

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Was that 210 Magnum a real steal or is that a common price for those with that few hrs?

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29 minutes ago, hillskinefarms said:

Was that 210 Magnum a real steal or is that a common price for those with that few hrs?

With the cheap grain prices I think that is plenty, of course the FSA just announced farmers can borrow unlimited money if they qualify.

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1 hour ago, jass1660 said:

With the cheap grain prices I think that is plenty, of course the FSA just announced farmers can borrow unlimited money if they qualify.

Qualify is the key word!

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