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Ryan_V

value of a John Deere Sabre mower??

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My dad might be looking to sell his john deere sabre mower... it's about an '03 or '04 or so. double bagger, 38" cut, excellent, and I mean EXCELLENT condition. dad takes care of his stuff, he even polished it every spring. I think it was around 1400 or 1500 new...what would it be worth asking for it?? he did a his yard, then the last couple years he's been doing his neighbors, both city lots. just looking for an approximate value of the machine...thanks.

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Look up the model either on C-List or the other large national auction site, that'll give you the fairest idea of what it's bringing on the open market.

If you look on the auction site, remember to look at how much shipping would be too for a total.

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I checked those, the only ones they had to compare that I found were models with the larger cut and the extra blower on the side. I'll keep checking and see what pops up.

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Give a call your local implement, sometimes they don't mind letting you know what it goes for, or call and ask them if they have the model that he has and ask what they are selling it for.

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Ryan -

There are 3 other websites I remembered today while I was driving around.

IronSearch Tractorbynet and MachineFinder ..... all 3 ".com"s

The IronSearch one is one that's run by John Deere dealers, and there's a way to search for whatever model you're looking for.

Should be able to narrow it down as to what dealers across the country are asking for those mowers.

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