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"This is a collectible item."

No, not really..there is no real snowblower collector market to speak of.
just a few individual collectors who are few and far between..

"I have seen them go for over $300.00"

no you haven't..that doesn't happen.
you might see *asking* prices of $300 on ebay or craigslist, but that doesn't mean they will ever actually sell for that price..

but at least he has a reasonable price on it! $50 is about right.

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Agreed - not exactly a hot collectible market on them. Most people at auctions don't want them. Just a few of us sicko's would.... ;>P




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Just a few of us sicko's would.... ;>P
Ain't that the truth
I'd like to see a better photo of what they're using for tire cleats. Those look interesting.


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I'd like to see a better photo of what they're using for tire cleats. Those look interesting.
YES indeed that is what caught my eye!

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I have seen those "cleats" before, but only on Snowbirds..
I suspect they could be an official Snowbird accessory, offered for the smaller solid wheels.

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A couple listed in my neck of the woods for $300.00 & $350.00
... and that's why I don't own one yet.

I'd grab it for $50.00
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