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    Should I pull the trigger? 210 for sale

    Friend told me his neighbor has a 210 with 42" deck and 42" snowblower he is going to put up for sale. Buddy, who I trust, said mower runs great and all implements work as they should. I saw a couple pictures he took of it and it looks real good for a older machine, so does the blower, tires, patina of the paint and minimal surface rust on foot deck. He said everything is there. Looks like a manual lift, unsure of PTO being manual, electric or hydraulic (doesn't matter to me) and still has both side covers. Only thing I really saw was a large crack in the seat, no big deal. Not sure of year or hours yet but I gave the owners my number and asked them to call me.

    Buddy told me he is looking at asking $450 but would most likely take $350ish. Any thoughts?
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    It’s a decent price for equipment in fair condition. I had a 210 a couple years ago in good condition with mower. I think I sold it for $450.

    The manual pto is preferable if you have a failure. $$$$$$
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    Thanks for the input. I kind of thought I would offer $300 and go for it even if we can meet at $350. I can always resell or separate the snowblower and sell it for a few bucks. Or see what a partial restore might cost...
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    Talked to the guy and they aren't selling it right now. Asked to be 1st in line if they do.
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