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Question Price check isle 5 on old Power Shift?

Gents, i am considering buying a Kubota to replace a few separate machines that I have had for a while. I have owned this PowerShift since it was brand new in 1998! i have no clue what its value is in the Northeastern USA.



Does anyone have any idea what a Toro 1232 Power Shift, 38590 should be priced at to sell? it is in excellent condition, kept up, everything works, all original (except for service items). My gut is telling me around $800 but i have no clue if i will get laughed off craigslist or not

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No more than 500.00 if it still Decent shape.

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I think the Powershift is one of the all time ultimate snowclearing machines,,,I have a pristine 1232 and about 6 824's...hard to move them in NE...don't know why. They line up for MTD Yardmans and Craftsmans....go figure.
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PS thank you, and thank you for the reality check! just the info i was looking for.

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I think the Powershift is one of the all time ultimate snowclearing machines,,,I have a pristine 1232 and about 6 824's...hard to move them in NE...don't know why. They line up for MTD Yardmans and Craftsmans....go figure.
i agree Cranman, these things are beasts, i forgot what was paid for it back in 1998 but it has served me so well while i saw neighbors totally bogged down and stuck. To me the Powershift is priceless and not-replaceable.

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i agree Cranman, these things are beasts, i forgot what was paid for it back in 1998 but it has served me so well while i saw neighbors totally bogged down and stuck. To me the Powershift is priceless and not-replaceable.
If you Bought it brand new back in the day. you were staring down the barrel of a 2100.00 to 2400.00 price tag.

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yup, i think with sales tax and delivery it was around 3k otd

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Gents, i am considering buying a Kubota to replace a few separate machines that I have had for a while. I have owned this PowerShift since it was brand new in 1998! i have no clue what its value is in the Northeastern USA.



Does anyone have any idea what a Toro 1232 Power Shift, 38590 should be priced at to sell? it is in excellent condition, kept up, everything works, all original (except for service items). My gut is telling me around $800 but i have no clue if i will get laughed off craigslist or not
wouldnt sell now. wait until blizzard and you can name your price.

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HAHA! yes I will wait till winter i think.

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Keep it for what you can sell it for......will it to your grandkids......You can't buy a comparable blower today...for any price.....Mine don't even need the impeller kits.......
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