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Clean Hahn Snow Giant in Denver - $350.00

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A little pricey at $350.00 me thinks, but nice shape !

https://denver.craigslist.org/tls/5526255253.html

"I have an older Hahn Snow Giant Snowblower for sale in very good condition, starts up in the coldest weather every time, works very well as it is chain driven and it comes with chains on the hard rubber tires, never worry about a flat tire.

Six speeds forward and one reverse, throttle will idle or will run on full throttle to move snow depending on the type of snow you have, the opening is 30" wide x 20" tall with a nice large second stage.

There are no shear pins to worry about, this snowblower will throw everything, To clear the larger debris just back up the machine and pull the larger debris out, in most cases it is best to the cleaned up the debris before a snow storm with your rake and shovel.

Parts are available here in Denver if needed, I had it tuned up and the second stage belts replaced in 2013, everything was adjusted as they should have be, it has only been used a hand full of times after it was tuned up, as you know the winters here in Denver have been mild. I had a valve shutoff put on the gas line to run the carburetor dry after each use ad at the end of the winter season.

To take a closer look at this Hahnt Snowblower and give it a test run call show contact info for more information between 9 AM to 5 PM would be best for me or on the weekend.

I'm asking $350.00 cash or a resealable offer, low ball offers will not receive a reply.

I'm 73 years old with stainless steel knees and a back fusion, I just can't handle this machine anymore, it needs a younger healthier man to blow the snow in off your driveway and sidewalks also make paths for the dogs when the snow is too deep for them to walk in.

I willing to trade for a semi automatic pistol or tell me what you have to trade of equal value more or less.

I will not deal with scams and frauds.

I will not hold this machine for anyone without a refundable cash deposit.
Thank you for viewing my ad."






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All good except probably a state and/or federal criminal offense to trade for a weapon. (At least until the unconstitutional infringements against A.2 are struck down.) Cash would be more advisable...
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I got one in Massachusetts I'll sell for $150......I love the machine...you just can't fall in love with all of them though!
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All good except probably a state and/or federal criminal offense to trade for a weapon. (At least until the unconstitutional infringements against A.2 are struck down.) Cash would be more advisable...
Federally there are no prohibitions, unless it's Class 3 and above, and you have not done the appropriate transfer paperwork.

And insofar as state laws on this, there are 50 different versions of that. And even with that, there are variances in local ordinances, codes, and laws, of municipalities.

And I agree, on your other two points.

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$150, Spring.
$250, November.
$350, never.

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$150, Spring.
$250, November.
$350, never.

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That's what I thought Scot...
and that's why it's been listed for months and still available.

Timing is everything... a good example of that is when I tried to sell my Troy Bilt Horse tiller in January 2015.
I could not sell it for 350. I relisted it about this time last year and it sold in 12 hours for 900.
$200.00 more than I paid 2 years prior.

Of course if it's a pretty rare item that you only see available once every couple years and usually 1,000 miles away, and one pops up locally, even if it's overpriced I'd probably cough up the money and call it a day.

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I like the old Hahns ,built like tanks but hard to find parts for compared to Ariens or Toro
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It's one way to say you're trying to get rid of one while knowing no one's going to pay that. Might keep the wife/GF happy thinking you're trying to make some room.

IMHO, 150 as it's looking to be in good shape but I wouldn't go any higher.
Seen too many of them $50-$100 in working condition.

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