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  1. #31
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    MF 1648 12x12PS

    Default Re: Ready to buy 1648 or 1652

    Something big for sure! The poor guy felt really bad as he apologized already twice to me!

  2. #32
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    Default Re: Ready to buy 1648 or 1652

    Quote Originally Posted by gharms View Post
    Something big for sure! The poor guy felt really bad as he apologized already twice to me!
    Did you try to get him to lower the price a little bit more because of his mistake.

  3. #33
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    Default Re: Ready to buy 1648 or 1652

    No I didn't. It was only lingering for about an hour, between me sending of my inquiring mail, getting back to work, and getting back to my e-mail to read his apologies.

  4. #34
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    Massey 1652, 1949 Farmall H

    Default Re: Ready to buy 1648 or 1652

    I'd try to get him to come down. I just stopped by a dealer who had a 1652 powershuttle in stock and his cash price was $28,200. He also explained that there's actually two financing routes. One with the zero interest which basically only jacks up the price and spreads out payments. Or you could get the tractor for the same price and choose 3.99%. That might be an option if one wanted to do something like put a large down payment down, then pay it off in the next year or so.

    Haven't done the math to see how everything works out, but I'm thinking the cash route is still the best way to go if circumstances permit of course.

    Quote Originally Posted by gharms View Post
    No I didn't. It was only lingering for about an hour, between me sending of my inquiring mail, getting back to work, and getting back to my e-mail to read his apologies.

  5. #35
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    Mahindra 7520, Mahindra 3215HST, Case 580 extendahoe, Case 310 dozer, Parsons trencher, Cat D6,

    Default Re: Ready to buy 1648 or 1652

    Quote Originally Posted by gharms View Post
    Wow, yumbee, you got some really good quotes on hand. I contacted three additional dealerships around here, and all came in very close to my original quote. Just notified my dealer to order the following:

    MF 1648 open platform
    12x12 powershuttle
    engine block heater
    1 rear remote (we were contemplating where we would be using 2 and could not think of any yet)
    DL130 front end loader complete with 72" bucket

    28400 cash

    I guess I just ordered my tractor!
    If you are going to be doing much if any grading, it is nice to have Top & Tilt hydraulics on the 3pt and if you will have a grader blade, it is nice to have a hydraulic or 2 on it for angling the blade or for offsetting the boom.

    Just a few reasons to have multiple rear remotes.
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    Brian
    Top and Tilt Kits by Fit Rite Hydraulics

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