Re: How much is my Cub Lowboy 154 Worth?
I've had two number series LoBoys, a 154 and a 185. I'm a fan of the little tractors, but they do have their weak points. Relatively low on power, and the transmissions are a bit slow for mowing in 2nd gear and way too fast in 3rd.
The fiberglass nose piece is tough to find in good shape. I've heard of reproductions being made, but last I heard they were running around $200.00 if you could find one.
In my area, a good running 154 that mows well and looks good (good nose piece, fair to average paint) might bring $1,000-1,200.00 with no attachments other than the deck, no 3 point, and no steering brakes. They're occasionally listed for more, but usually wind up relisted a few times. In other areas though, a good runner can fetch $1,500-2,000.00. Usually seems to be the northeastern region commands a little more money.