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thats about right i bought 1 for 300 and a table saw i got for nothing restored it and sold it for 950 i think it was
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impeller kit
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poly skids
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weight kit you can see the pic in my garage
 

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I wouldn't say "screaming". The owner says in the ad "well used" and it shows. It's still a nice machine and he's posted offers considered so it might get down to a good or great buy.
Just depends on if he's getting a tax refund or has to pay :devil::devil:

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If I needed a blower I'd take the drive and dicker a little. As it is, got more blowers then brains, and not enough meat on the bone to flip that one.
 

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I wouldnt really call that "a screaming deal"..
it might be an ok deal, maybe a good deal, but its probably on the high-end of the acceptable range.

17 years old, its had some heavy use and looks like it has probably spent some time stored outside without cover.
condition is only "fair"..certainty not great.

yeah, it is a Pro series, which increases its value over a more basic machine..
still, given its age and condition, IMO, I would say $400 tops.

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The paint is faded being exposed to the sun for a long time. Look at the wear inside the chute and impeller area. Lot of use on it. You have to but right to have money for repairs.
 
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