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Snowaway S5 question

Howdy, I haven't? checked to see what year but I believe it's 71 or so. It's all original I got it from a retired military officer and he maintained it well. I've had it running a couple times and it runs good just takes some messing to get started needs carb tinkered with. I'm moving into an apartment and don't need it I'm wondering bout what it's worth. Just want to make sure I don't rip anyone off or rip myself off. Thank you
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Do you have the belt cover that's missing in the photo ?? Around here it's likely a 50-100 machine depending on how well it will run. With a missing belt cover that can be a problem with the belt slipping when in use.

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I would pay $50 max!!! then run through it completely seeking $200 hoping I don't lose on it that it doesn't need much.

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Older blowers like that can be tough to sell as most people think newer is better, They like shiney LOL. Most here rebuild and resell and would try to get something like that like said for around $50 hoping there isn't any hidden issues as finding parts can get tough and sometimes expensive but in good running condition you could get $150-$200 early in the winter but as of now it is getting to be the buyers market as they are starting to get cheaper and cheaper since the lack of snow and a LOT of old ones people just want gone from there garage after they purchased a new one.

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