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    Default Dealer took in an 2003 M5030 Cab with 50 hours

    Unbelievable. Machine is in imacculate condition, nine years old and has only fifty hours on it. If I hadn't just bought the L3940 I certainly would have jumped on this tractor! $27k I think is all he's asking for the machine and loader.

    Can you imagine having such a cable tractor sit in the barn and basically go unused for nine years?
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    Super Star Member TripleR's Avatar
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    Default Re: Dealer took in an 2003 M5030 Cab with 50 hours

    I sure can't. My wife and I were in the process of ordering an L4240 when we decided to inquire on an 03 L5030 HSTC just in and not even prepped yet.

    It was 7 years old with 735 hours and we jumped on it. It was in excellent condition and we really like it.
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    Super Member Robert_in_NY's Avatar
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    Default Re: Dealer took in an 2003 M5030 Cab with 50 hours

    You find these tractors every so often. Their bought so that the owner has a comfortable, reliable tractor for the few tasks they need. So they don't rack up the hours but the owner has something reliable when they need it.


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