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Pro-Track 28 Value

Hi All,
I have a Pro-Track 28 and I am trying find the value of this machine, Model:926042,Serial:000369.
I am going to be selling in the near future,and would like have that info. available.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thanks,Peter
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Hi All,
I have a Pro-Track 28 and I am trying find the value of this machine, Model:926042,Serial:000369.
I am going to be selling in the near future,and would like have that info. available.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thanks,Peter
I believe dealers have a "blue book" style reference for trade in values. Maybe ask a dealer? Why are you selling it?

Your serial number range has the Briggs 1550 series 342cc engine with the older style control panel. This serial range also pre-dates the faster drive speeds for the friction disk track models (which is upgradeable).

List price for a current day model is $2899. New selling price probably around $2699. What is the condition of yours; how many hours of usage? The warranty is expired on this one as of last December.
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Snowmann,
I am selling my house as soon as the white junk is gone,
and will not need the blower anymore.
As far as hours,I would have to guess about 50.
I am hoping to get $1600 or more if it is worth it.
Peter
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Snowmann,
I am selling my house as soon as the white junk is gone,
and will not need the blower anymore.
As far as hours,I would have to guess about 50.
I am hoping to get $1600 or more if it is worth it.
Peter
That looks like a brute of a machine if I am looking at the right pictures from my search.

What part of the world are you in?
I am guessing shipping would be high!

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Hi All,
I have a Pro-Track 28 and I am trying find the value of this machine, Model:926042,Serial:000369.
I am going to be selling in the near future,and would like have that info. available.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thanks,Peter
Looks like a 2010 model, so it's 4 years old.
around $2,000 when new..
You can probably get $1,500 for it I would guess..

I would start there, (or $1,600) and see if you get any bites.
If not, lower it until the market tells you what its worth..
just be aware, we are entering the *worst* season for selling a snowblower..Spring!

Spring = worst.
Summer = better.
Autumn = better still.
Winter = best.

No one looks for a snowblower in the Spring..
except for perhaps bargain hunters...price will definitively be lower in the spring, and supply of buyers will be lower.

I understand you are planning to move in the Spring, and that is when you will need to sell it..you *can* sell it in the Spring certaintly! it wont be impossible..just wanted to let you know about seasonal selling concerns.

Scot


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Thanks guys,appreciate all of the advice.
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Any chance you can use the blower as a bargaining chip to try and get a little extra money out of the house?

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Any chance you can use the blower as a bargaining chip to try and get a little extra money out of the house?
Or as an add-in to sweeten the deal. Kind of like, I'll throw in the appliances for the same price.

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