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I have a frriend who inherited 3 ugly gravely hand tractors with attachments
anyone interested email me for pictures and contact information
doesnt want a fortune just a fair price and his yard back

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I have a frriend who inherited 3 ugly gravely hand tractors with attachments
anyone interested email me for pictures and contact information
doesnt want a fortune just a fair price and his yard back

[email protected]
There's no such thing as an "ugly" Gravely.
 

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oops i actually typed what i was thinking. I am very sorry for the offensive post.
please buy these gorgous little jewels or help find some other member with similar eyesight problems who will.
all kidding aside if he doesn't sell them they will go to the scrap yard so spread the word
 

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If he was closer I'd be in the truck right now.
 

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a picture if you don't know what they are, would go a looooong way here. Just sayin' if you want them to leave.
 

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oops i actually typed what i was thinking. I am very sorry for the offensive post.
please buy these gorgous little jewels or help find some other member with similar eyesight problems who will.
all kidding aside if he doesn't sell them they will go to the scrap yard so spread the word
I'm glad they sold gustav, but the seller's remark about going to the scrapyard if they don't sell is IMO, not an appropriate element of an ad listing. It almost comes across as extortive in nature - and many of us have seen this dozens of times - a for sale listing tossed out to a group of enthusiasts wherein a seller "threatens" to crush an item(s) if someone doesn't come and pay a "fair price." Absolutely nothing against you gustav, but in the majority of these types of circumstances, I won't deal with the person.
 

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I'm glad they sold gustav, but the seller's remark about going to the scrapyard if they don't sell is IMO, not an appropriate element of an ad listing. It almost comes across as extortive in nature - and many of us have seen this dozens of times - a for sale listing tossed out to a group of enthusiasts wherein a seller "threatens" to crush an item(s) if someone doesn't come and pay a "fair price." Absolutely nothing against you gustav, but in the majority of these types of circumstances, I won't deal with the person.
With such an alternative, a "fair price" would be scrap value minus the cost of transportation to the scrap yard. Anything more than that, would not be fair.
 

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With such an alternative, a "fair price" would be scrap value minus the cost of transportation to the scrap yard. Anything more than that, would not be fair.

I was thinking about it that way Ron.. $10.50/hundred for unprepared.. L is ~300 lbs. 31.50/ea x3 = 94.50 - gas at 3.30/gal and approx 4 gallons and added benefit of not having to go to the scrap yard.. I'm thinking $50 for all three max.

I know that's low.. but hey.. they wanted them gone!
 
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