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  • AvatarBuster
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    All,
    Have a mid 70’s JD110, starts, runs, mows, has electric deck raise, 4 speed, Kohler engine, pretty good shape for the age.
    I’m sure there’s some savvy JD guys on here.
    Looking for a potential value on it. Thinking of parting with it.
    Thanks,

    Avatarcyclones30
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    Not worth much to a dealer, so you’d better find someone that enjoys the vintage stuff.

    Avatarkenhump
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    Good old mower. Had one. Might still have a few parts around.
    Gave it to stepson, still going.

    alan_50501alan_50501
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    Not worth much to a dealer…you would be better off selling your self… a dealer might only give you 100 to 150.00 tops or you can sell it your self for maybe 300….Last year I had a rider that was 1 year old took it to a dealer he gave me 600.00 for that one only because I was spending 4,000 on a new and better mower I also went from a 42″ tractor to a 54″ zero turn. So i got 2 zero turn mowers ones a 52 other is a 54″ My experiences is an older rider is not worth much

    Fort dodge

    Avatariaredneck72
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    Search Google for JD 110/111/112 and similar era JD mowers. There is a cult following of those classics. You should easily be able to find a ballpark value, and perhaps even a buyer. These mowers fall into the ‘all iron, the way they ought to be made’ bucket. Craigslist is also a good way to find out what the market is along with Tractorhouse.com.

    AvatarHabitual_eyer
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    We had JD 110 1971 none running, with mower and tiller, also snowblower. We sold it on craigslist for 600 dollars. A person wanted it to restore.

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