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wanted: wanted : older model john deere garden tractor

Posted by chrisd_fl z9 (My Page) on
Mon, May 5, 08 at 15:54

I am looking for an older model (60's - 70's) John Deere garden tractor in good condition. I am located in Central FL but am willing to travel out-of-state for the right tractor. Email or call 407-491-0322


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RE: wanted: wanted : older model john deere garden tractor

I saw one for sale around my neck of the woods.CT
Whats the going rate? Also what makes them desirable?
thanks
and Good luck


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RE: wanted: wanted : older model john deere garden tractor

I actually bought one today. Its a 1986 John Deere 316 garden tractor. Going rate varies depending on model and condition. I dont know about everyone else but I like them(older models) because they actually look like tractors as opposed to having the domestic riding lawnmower look. I think the newer John Deere GT's look lame compared to the old ones.

Here is a link that might be useful: my JD


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RE: wanted: wanted : older model john deere garden tractor

My son in law has a John Deere 212 garden tractor with a 48" mower deck and snow blower. I did some restoration on it two years ago and it is in very good condition. It runs well, has good tires and he has used it to mow his 2-1/2 acre lawn for the past two years. The only thing it needs is a new primary and secondary belt installed. email at tve12001@yahoo.com


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