Sure seeing lots of super nice 1970’s model tractors sold at auction lately. That '79 JD 4640 with only 826 hours for $61,000 last Saturday on a farm auction in south-central Minnesota (here’s video: https://www.machinerypete.com/media_posts/john-deere-4640-tractor-sold-for-record-price-today-on-minnesota-farm-auction) comes to mind.
Now today, the beautiful 1976 John Deere 4630 with only 3,765 hours, pictured below, sold on a farm auction in north-central Iowa:
It sold for $15,400.
Pair of other sharp tractors sold on this farm auction today by Gehling Auction (www.gehlingauction.com):
1999 John Deere 8300 with 5499 hours: $62,000
1995 Ford-Versatile 9680 4WD with 4956 hours: $40,000
Was also a sharp combine in this auction today…the 2010 John Deere 9670 STS with 1730 engine hours pictured below. It sold for $100,000.
How does that $100K sale price stack up? 13.2% higher than the current Avg. Auction Price on John Deere 9670 STS combines. Here’s a look at 9670 STS combine values over the years:
- Data by www.MachineryPete.com
For perspective, the current Avg. Dealer Advertised Price on 2010 model John Deere 9670 STS combines = $106,022. Here’s link to view (110) John Deere 9670 STS combines for sale today: https://www.machinerypete.com/harvesting/combines/john-deere/9760-sts