Massey cerea 7256

redsloe

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Cornwall
Should think he needs to sell, as bought at a genuine Farm auction 18 months ago, if it’s the same one, the seller was gutted at selling price,
If the seller was gutted with the price, and it's not sold in 18 months then that suggests a large mark up or have I read it wrong?
 

grainboy

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Location
Bedfordshire
Massey combines rarely make good money, think the vendor was over optimistic, perhaps comparing it to a Class or NH, but then Burdens bought it right, and wants a return on his investment, just like any dealer, I was tempted myself,
 
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