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Re: (ET) E 20 value?
- Subject: Re: (ET) E 20 value?
- From: "David Roden (Akron OH USA)" <roden ald net>
- Date: Sun, 12 May 2002 11:49:24 -0400
- In-reply-to: <53 168d5dde 2a0f4e38 aol com>
- Sender: owner-elec-trak cosmos phy tufts edu
On 12 May 2002 at 0:48, VAIRBOY aol com wrote:
> E 20 with mowerdeck, rotary brush/catcher and roto
> tiller attachments all in good condition (batteries are 4 or 5 years
> The asking price is $1400 which seems a little high to me.
Of course, it's hard to tell from here what "good" condition is. If the
in daily use now, not sitting in someone's garage gathering dust, in my
that's a plus.
I'll be curious to see what others say. But if my memory is working right
morning, I've seen prices around $200 - 500 for a decent tractor,
$200-500 for a
tiller with rear lift, $100-200 for a powered tow-behind sweeper (I assume
what you mean), and $50-150 for a mower deck.
Of course there are ETers who've gotten tractors for free (just for
away) -- or for maybe $100 or so, complete with tiller and a stack of
accessories. Sometimes you get lucky. Other times the price is higher,
tractor is just about what you want, and the price, though not a bargain,
that you're willing to pay.
If you need all those goodies, there's some convenience in having them all
place, instead of having to chase them down over several states. For some
folks, that would be worth something.
Akron OH USA