This, It depends on where your buying it what state. Here in Michigan John Deere tractors hold there value very good. That tractor here is $4000-$4800 all day long. I just sold a 2005 GX345 with 650 hour for $3200 third caller. Dealers here will get even more.A lot of value is based on location. Example, that tractor in the Columbus, OH area would be a $2500-$3000 machine. However, that same tractor in the Detroit, am I and Ann Arbor, MI area would be a $$4000 machine, and that's in the condition I see based on the pics (which would call good). I picked up a minty GX345 with 200 hours on it in Columbus, OH for $1800, and I thought I stole it. My advice is to advertise it on Craigslist in locations roughly an hour from you, some people are not afraid to drive.
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It has never been neglected. All fluids changed by the book. It has never let me down. This is a year round tractor.The only thing I have had to replace is the fuel pump. I am currrently looking to update, not new but newer to me. Thanks for all of the opinions.
This ^I suggest you clean it up then, and touch up the paint where possible. A few dozen hours of sweat equity would greatly increase its value.
That sounds Fair Because He's Got to throw some Money Into Before He Puts it out for saleMy dealer quoted me 3-3500 value.
That sounds pretty reasonable....make sure the dealer quoted you the suggested retail sales value vs. the trade in value. The trade in price is a lot lower obviously and the source they use has both values for trade in and retail sale. Quite often if we ask our dealer what the value of something is, he automatically quotes the trade in value so I always have to double check.My dealer quoted me 3-3500 value.