I think about the 1200 for a green plow same way I thought about the disc ‘why is it near you’. It’s worth that in scrap too. Beyond that maybe I don’t understand the model but green is going to or maybe has already stopped (I am not sure) moldboard production. If its in good shape and cheap seems like a simple decision. I bet that plow will draw more interest than a bank account yields. Plus it’s another asset that is very much usable. Keep us posted.Well, I got a couple of callbacks from the dealer fairly near to me and they are great at communicating. They told me that a Kuhn 3 bottom turnover plow wouldn't be available until March or April of next year. But that's not the big news. Guess how much the basic 103-3 plow with turnover and hydraulic reset costs? $28,000!!!! Holy crap!
Then the lovely woman tells me "oh, we have a used John Deere three bottom and a used John Deere four bottom turnover plow here if you're interested". I asked "how much for the three bottom" to which she replied "$1,200". I responded "You mean $12,000" to which she said "no, $1,200!" The four bottom is newer and $4,500.