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Ariens 924038 Value?

Inherited an Ariens 924038. The beast is beyond what li'l ole me can maneuver on my insanely steep driveway. So, will be offering it up for sale locally. Can anyone give me a sense of what I should ask for it?
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Does it run, does it run smoothly, do the tires hold air, does everything work and if not what doesn't work ??

Should be an ST724, 7 horse 24"

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Working on the photos and will post - hopefully this afternoon. Thanks for your quick response folks! Appreciate it!

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My Dad had it serviced last winter and it ran well. Tires are solid. My Dad passed a few months ago (October) and I haven't tried to start it - realized I don't know how and have no problem admitting when I could use a man around the house ;o). At any rate, I remember my Dad telling me the service place told him it was in good shape and to hang on to it at the time.

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I'm sorry to hear about your father. I lost my dad in November.

Where in MA are you? Around Boston, these machines seem to be listed on Craigslist for roughly $250-300. As was mentioned, the price will vary with condition, as well as your location. Pictures will help people provide better estimates.

Given that we haven't had much snow yet, demand is also probably somewhat low at the moment.

If you do want to try starting it, I'm sure you can get help with that. I don't have that particular machine, so I don't want to guess, and give bad advice. It would be worth trying to start, if possible. A buyer would likely want to see it run. And if nothing else, being able to start it would make it much easier to drive up onto a buyer's truck

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