Glyou think so, top bidder is $650.00 if you want to over bid him than do. He just left our yard. If you don't wish to out bid him take the bull elsewhere.
If you sell that pile to anyone for a penny over $200 you should be ashamed of yourself. If you got some fool to offer you $600 for it you should have taken it.
Sir you have no clue what we have a 1000lb tractor/ lawn. Yours probably is a remake of the original. See there are two Craftsman's made the same year. One just about shut down John Deere. We have that model. So. if you would leave me alone. I cant stand a person who is a joke or ignorant.
Allow me to be perfect clear about who is ignorant here. It isn't me. I have owned 4 of those tractors. They were not the tractors built to compete with JD
. That tractor was a Craftsman FF, it had hydraulics, a larger frame, bigger axles, and was much heavier than your Craftsman II and still didn't weigh 1000 pounds. It was 850 popunds according to TractorData.
The FF was built for 2 years and in no way caused JD
any problems. It was a good tractor but never sold well. It is not what you have though.
The only way that is a 1000 pound tractor is if your fat ass is on it and you weigh 600 pounds.
You may be sincere in your belief that you have some special half ton tractor with magical propertys, but you are sincerely wrong. DO some research. Learn a little bit and you will see that you have a run of the mill ordinary Craftsman II that is not rare, not special, and not heavy duty.
Ignorance is being shown that you are wrong and continuing to believe you are right. Smarten up. The more you learn the better you will be at selling these old tractors. There is a market for old Sears and Craftsman, but it isn't in the $850 range for a rusted, beat up, filthy, duct taped mess.
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At this point I am just playing with him. He is too ignorant and arrogant to admit he is wrong.