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Old 10-01-2006, 06:04:15 PM
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I wasn't able to attend the Freeman auction and was just wanting to know what a few tractors sold for. I was interested in the 15-30 Flaming 4, the 4 10-20 Titans, Mogul 10-20 & the Junior 8-16. Thanks
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The Titan made 75,000, the 8-16 $ 18,000 and not sure on the others. Thought the Titan was expensive
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Mogul 10-20 was $36K the Titans were from 22k to $9500.
That Titan 15-30 was extreamly high


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Well mabey a good thing I didn't go. There is no way I can buy with prices that high. Thanks for the info guys.
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Hello All-
I did not attend either but I found this site helped with the prices.
http://www.proxibid.com/asp/Catalog.asp?aid=5061


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I was just wondering where it was going or who bought the 15-30 Titan?
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No Clue where the Titan 15-30 is going or staying.If i hear anything illlet you know.
I should have attended i left bids on stuff and i dont know if i got it or not and its driving me nutz.


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Hello

I was at the sale and the 15-30 Titan is going to England. I don't know the man's name but I did talk to him. I believe he actually bought for it for resale. He also bought the 10-20 Titan engine I think for $4500 and possibly one of the cheaper 10-20 Titans. Hate to see them go out of the country, but if we don't cough up the money to keep them here you can't really blame the seller.
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