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I came across a 1982 Case 110 today.
It runs well, has a snowcaster attached that spins, and a mower deck that needs some work.
Do you think $300 is out of line for this garden tractor?

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Ariena said:
I came across a 1982 Case 110 today.
It runs well, has a snowcaster attached that spins, and a mower deck that needs some work.
Do you think $300 is out of line for this garden tractor?
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Ariena: It's that's definitely the model number, it would actually be a lawn tractor, not a garden tractor like your 222. :thumbsup: It would be less heavy duty and I believe the attachments are not interchangeable with the 200/400 series GTs. Could be a nice backup for a smaller property. Price sounds in the ballpark if it runs well and is in decent conditon. Don't know if parts are available parts for the deck............
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Personally I think its slightly high. Half that $ and I'd not think twice about buying it. :thumbup:
Things to consider is there are not many around and they are hard to resell. Parts are harder to come by as well as attachments and they are not as heavy duty as their bigger brothers nor as easy to work on. I have a YT112 Ingersoll and it is very light weight but still better than any box store mower.
 

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I don't think that $300.00 is out of line if everything is in nice condition and the engine/transmission checks out OK. I wouldn't sweat the small stuff but I'd want to know that all I had to face was small stuff. Yes, it is a LT, not a GT but you will find that it is a very capable machine. Do you have a purpose for it or is this just a toy?



The US guys have to remember that you live in Canada and the prices are a bit higher north of the 49th.

Rich is correct on the interchangeability issue when it comes to attachments. The LT attachments look the same but they are downsized to match the weight and HP of the tractor.
 
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