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Comparing values on air drills

Agriculture.com Staff 03/28/2007 @ 2:30pm

I wonder what it will sell for?

What? The 1990 JD 777 32-foot air drill with 1060 seeding tool up for sale at auction tomorrow (March 29, 2007) in Alice, North Dakota. My friends with Steffes Auctioneers are having this sale. I'll get a beautiful printout after the sale listing what each and every piece of equipment sold for.

But I wonder about that air drill.

What do you think it will sell for? Click on the links below to pull up the auction sale prices we've compiled on various makes and models of air drills over the last couple years.

With air drills, like so many other implements, what it sells for depends not only the condition of the item being sold, but also on how it's set up, the specs. on the thing. For air drills, features such as size, is it 36-foot? 42-foot? How about spacing, is it 7 1/2-inches? What about markers and monitors? Does it have a cart with it? The list goes on and on.

Lots of variables, not to mention age.

I've noticed over the years these rigs can vary greatly in terms of what they sell for at auction. Guess, in part, because they don't show up for sale every day, and they are all set up differently. If you're trying to establish value on a used air drill, best thing you can do is study others that have just sold, then compare and contrast with your air drill or the one you're trying to buy.

Go head, dive right into our sale price data. See what you can learn about air drills.

Click here to download a PDF with expanded auction price data on John Deere 777 air drills.

Click here to download a PDF with expanded auction price data on John Deere 787 air drills.

Click here to download a PDF with expanded auction price data on John Deere 1820 air drills.

Click here to download a PDF with expanded auction price data on John Deere 1850 air drills.

Click here to download a PDF with expanded auction price data on John Deere 1860 air drills.

Click here to download a PDF with expanded auction price data on John Deere 1890 air drills.

Click here to download a PDF with expanded auction price data on Concord air drills.

Click here to download a PDF with expanded auction price data on CaseIH air drills.

Click here to download a PDF with expanded auction price data on Bourgault air drills.

I wonder what it will sell for?

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