Help with valuing my JD 6910's and 7530.

Teggyr

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Mixed Farmer
Having some difficulty with placing a value on a some tractors I have s
, a dealer who seems to always have some for sale, suggested he only puts a grand on when he sells a tractor, but then offered me several thousand less for mine, than what he has up for Sale.. 😂



Tractor 1) 6910 W reg, 5700 hours 1 Owner prior to me, 40k, LHR PQ front linkage, as well as Stoll robust f50 loader (loader has done very little)
480/600 tyres 70% front 60% rear trelleborg
Laforge front linkage
Here's the kicker with this tractor, it's a non Tls, so wondering what your thoughts are on values..

Tractor 2) 7530 2007 just turned 7000hrs, 2 owners prior to me, 50k, auto quad, air brakes etc..
What makes this tractor unusual to value, is an agricultural collage had it prior to me, Aparrently it dropped a valve, and I have an invoice for a genuine complete engine less than 300hrs ago for £20k..
My thoughts were that some people would be put off by it having a new engine, but some people it would be a good selling point.
Tractor drives a1 as you would expect.
Michelin 540/650, 50% all round...

Tractor 3, took me ages to find
6910, 1999, 6900hrs, service book, 50k, so tls, air brakes, auto quad, the guy that owned it previously to me was a hobby farmer, 2nd owner..
Michelin 16.9/20.8s 60% all round.
I don't know how both 6910s I have ended up having loaders, but the loader on this is literally like brand new, if the loader had done 50hrs of work I'd be suprised.. Quicke q65 with electronic joystick...

I know you guys need photos really, but assume nice tidy tractors, everything working, and no issues.
 

Teggyr

Member
Mixed Farmer
So, i know the last 50k one I saw for sale, went for 33k, without a loader, I guess loaders don't add anything to value?

Heres the non tls one..
 

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Chieftain

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Mixed Farmer
Location
Nottinghamshire
You’d have thought a 7530 with an engine with only 300hrs on it, even if everything else has 7000hrs, would be in the £50k to £60k region with the price they go for.
Sold a 7530 a couple of years back with 8000hrs for £35,000 (Maybe a bit more I can’t remember exactly) but it had a cylinder gone in the engine, basically no tyre tread and a dodgy spool on it so was probably worth £40,000 after the dealer had done that work. But obviously second hand tractor prices have rocketed since then.
 

alomy75

Member
So, i know the last 50k one I saw for sale, went for 33k, without a loader, I guess loaders don't add anything to value?

Heres the non tls one..
Personally I would never buy a tractor with a loader on. I know the livestock boys may think differently but if they’re decent loaders and you want best money I’d remove them and any trace that they were ever on and sell separately. Non tls would drop value by 3-5000 I’d say. 25-28 for the 69’s and 35 for the 75 and 3-5 for each loader(?). New engine in 75 would ring alarm bells but provided all paperwork was there shouldn’t affect value
 

alomy75

Member
You’d have thought a 7530 with an engine with only 300hrs on it, even if everything else has 7000hrs, would be in the £50k to £60k region with the price they go for.
Sold a 7530 a couple of years back with 8000hrs for £35,000 (Maybe a bit more I can’t remember exactly) but it had a cylinder gone in the engine, basically no tyre tread and a dodgy spool on it so was probably worth £40,000 after the dealer had done that work. But obviously second hand tractor prices have rocketed since then.
Outright sale?
 

Teggyr

Member
Mixed Farmer
Personally I would never buy a tractor with a loader on. I know the livestock boys may think differently but if they’re decent loaders and you want best money I’d remove them and any trace that they were ever on and sell separately. Non tls would drop value by 3-5000 I’d say. 25-28 for the 69’s and 35 for the 75 and 3-5 for each loader(?). New engine in 75 would ring alarm bells but provided all paperwork was there shouldn’t affect value


Same here really. Apart from, the non tls one, the loader has done very little, and the tls 50k one, the guy that had it, literally had 5 tractors, everyone he had he put a brand new loader on, the loader on this 6910 looks literally brand new..

The 7530 I bought it, without realising it had had an engine, then the dealer sent me through the invoices, done by a main jd dealer, brand new complete engine..
 

NZ Tech

Member
BASIS
Location
Sth Africa
#3 you sure you want to sell or even think about it ?.


Having some difficulty with placing a value on a some tractors I have s
, a dealer who seems to always have some for sale, suggested he only puts a grand on when he sells a tractor, but then offered me several thousand less for mine, than what he has up for Sale.. 😂



Tractor 1) 6910 W reg, 5700 hours 1 Owner prior to me, 40k, LHR PQ front linkage, as well as Stoll robust f50 loader (loader has done very little)
480/600 tyres 70% front 60% rear trelleborg
Laforge front linkage
Here's the kicker with this tractor, it's a non Tls, so wondering what your thoughts are on values..

Tractor 2) 7530 2007 just turned 7000hrs, 2 owners prior to me, 50k, auto quad, air brakes etc..
What makes this tractor unusual to value, is an agricultural collage had it prior to me, Aparrently it dropped a valve, and I have an invoice for a genuine complete engine less than 300hrs ago for £20k..
My thoughts were that some people would be put off by it having a new engine, but some people it would be a good selling point.
Tractor drives a1 as you would expect.
Michelin 540/650, 50% all round...

Tractor 3, took me ages to find
6910, 1999, 6900hrs, service book, 50k, so tls, air brakes, auto quad, the guy that owned it previously to me was a hobby farmer, 2nd owner..
Michelin 16.9/20.8s 60% all round.
I don't know how both 6910s I have ended up having loaders, but the loader on this is literally like brand new, if the loader had done 50hrs of work I'd be suprised.. Quicke q65 with electronic joystick...

I know you guys need photos really, but assume nice tidy tractors, everything working, and no issues.
 

Martyn

Member
Location
South west
Are you based in the UK? I would advertise privately if trying to shift them, have you had engine tested for HP a lot of these models opened up. What did you pay for tractors?.
 

Pringles

Member
Location
West Fife
Is it just me who thinks that the op is a dealer?

Multiple owner tractors, one of which he claims the loader is "brand new" only having had a 50 hours of use. Surely if you were going to flog off a tractor, you don't fit a new loader on especially if you already have a tractor with a Stoll loader which "has done very little work".
 

Teggyr

Member
Mixed Farmer
Same here really. Apart from, the non tls one, the loader has done very little, and the tls 50k one, the guy that had it, literally had 5 tractors, everyone he had he put a brand new loader on, the loader on this 6910 looks literally brand new..

The 7530 I bought it, without realising it had had an engine, then the dealer sent me through the invoices, done by a main jd dealer, brand new complete engine..
He also has
Is it just me who thinks that the op is a dealer?

Multiple owner tractors, one of which he claims the loader is "brand new" only having had a 50 hours of use. Surely if you were going to flog off a tractor, you don't fit a new loader on especially if you already have a tractor with a Stoll loader which "has done very little work".
😂
I guess I should possibly consider it, however, i distribute alloy wheels, I just like tractors, grew up on a farm, worked for a contractor, bought a tractor to get me out of the office, to get away from modified cars 🤣.. I had a 6800 for 10 years, always kicked myself for not waiting out for a 6910.. Couldn't find a 6910 50k anywhere, so bought the 7530 for a touch more comfort, then the 6910 came up, for what I thought was a great price, bought that, then what do you know, the unicorn, 50k 6910 came up 🤦‍♂️🤣

I just wanted an idea on values, to a) work out which one to sell (it's not going to be 3), I just wanted to see if I'd overpaid.. 🤦‍♂️😂


Are you based in the UK? I would advertise privately if trying to shift them, have you had engine tested for HP a lot of these models opened up. What did you pay for tractors?.
I was wondering value, I'd sell them privately for sure.
 

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