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Yea, bought my 108 with the danco loader from his dad , took a few minutes to break the ice but his dad took me all around the place and was happy to show me his collection ! Sure had a lot of stuff both outside and inside hopefully things will work out for the better with all his stuff !
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Your scrap prices are HIGH! I just got .5 a pound for heavy torch steel the other day.
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Car scrap is higher than mixed tin which it what a tractor would be. Cars get more because they have some valuable items.. Radiators, catalytic converters, etc. In NY complete cars are getting .9 and for shells getting .5 lite iron I think is around .3 or .4 currently. Hate to see any of those go to scrap though.
Where are you getting these prices for scrap? At $0.50 a pound, a 650 lbs. cub would bring $325!!! I am willing to haul some of mine to get that price. Heck, even at $0.30 a pound, that is $216+ a cub.

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Where are you getting these prices for scrap? At $0.50 a pound, a 650 lbs. cub would bring $325!!! I am willing to haul some of mine to get that price. Heck, even at $0.30 a pound, that is $216+ a cub.

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Think we all know that's a typo.. 5 cents pound 5 dollars per hundred. 9 cents a pound for cars that are complete or 9$ per hundred. Tractors would probably fall under mix tin and get 4 cents pound 4$ per hundred or $40 per thousand pounds.
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