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Case IH 7120 combine sells for top dollar at BigIron auction

Case IH 7120 combine sells for top dollar at BigIron auction

The combine sold after 124 bids

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A Case IH 7120 combine highlighted an online auction hosted by BigIron Auctions on Sept. 20.

The 2011 Case IH 7120 Axial-Flow 2WD combine from Lindsay, Nebraska sold for US$105,750 (CAD$130,669) to a buyer from Tennessee after 124 bids.

Specs: 1,276 engine hours, 1,027 separator hours, Iveco Cursor 9.0 L 6 Cylinder Turbo Diesel Engine 415 Max HP, 4 Speed Hydraulic Transmission, Cabin Heat /AC, AM/FM/CD Radio, Buddy Seat, IH AFS Pro 600 Monitor / Module With GPS Needs Update, Grain Loss Monitor, Hillside Leveling, 315 Bu Grain Bin With Manual Fold Out Extensions, Self Leveling Cleaning System, Axial - Flow AFX - Rotor, Power Plus CVT Rotor Drive, Rotor Transition Cone, Rotor Cage, Rotor Concave / Module Wrap, 20 Series Rotor Module, 88 Series Concave And Grate, Stone Trap, 30" Rotor Diameter, 54" Feeder Width, Chaff Spreader, Dual 520/85 R 42 Front Tires, 540/65 R 30 Rear Tires.


A 2008 John Deere 8530 MFWD tractor from Imperial, Nebraska sold for US$73,750 (CAD$91,074) to a buyer from Colorado after 202 bids.

Specs: 8,107 hours, 275 hp, 6 Cyl 548 JD Turbo Diesel Engine, 5 Hydraulic, 1000 PTO, 3 Point, Rear Weights, Buddy Seat, Monitor Mount, Climate Control, IVT Transmission, ILS Front End, 22 Front Weights, Cracked Hood, 480/80R50 Rear Tires, 380/80R30 Front Tires.

A 2013 Case IH Magnum 190 MFWD tractor from Twin Falls, Idaho sold for US$71,500 (CAD$88,280) to a buyer from Wisconsin after 224 bids.

Specs: 1,186 hours, 190 hp, 19000 Weight, Turbocharged Intercooled Diesel 6-Cylinder 6.7 Liter Engine, Electronic Common Rail Fuel System, Tier 3 Emissions, Cab W/Air Conditioning, AM/FM Radio, Full Power Shift Transmission W/18 Forward And 6 Reverse Speeds, Electro Hydraulic Clutch, 105 Gallon Fuel Tank, 15 Gallon DEF Tank, 26.5 Gallon Hydraulic Tank, CAT 3 Swinging Drawbar, 540/1000 PTO Shaft, Hydrostatic Power Steering, Rear Duals On 480/80R 46 Michelin Tires, 380/85R 34 Front Michelin Tires, Front Suitcase Weights, Rear Inside Wheel Weights, 3 Hydraulic Remotes.

A 2012 Versatile 280 MFWD tractor from Pollard, Arkansas sold for US$70,250 (CAD$86,747) to a buyer from Iowa after 125 bids.

Specs: 1,873 hours, 280 hp, Cummins QSC, Turbocharged After-Cooled Diesel, 6-Cylinder, 16 Speed Forward Powershift, Liquid-Cooled, Rear Duals 480/80R46, Front Tires 320/85R38, Cap Three Hitch, AM/FM Radio, Air-Conditioned, 22 Front Weights, Rear Wheel Weights.

A 2008 Case IH 8010 combine from Kingsley, Iowa sold for US$63,000 (CAD$77,811) to a buyer from Minnesota after 73 bids.

Specs: 2,410 engine hours, 1,645 separator hours, Iveco Diesel Engine, Hydrostat Transmission, Lateral Tilt Feeder House, Unloading Auger Extension, Pro 600 Monitor, Power Mirrors, AM/FM/MP3 Stereo, Buddy Seat, Goodyear 20.8 x 42 Front Tires, Goodyear 600/65R28 Rear Tires.

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