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John Deere combine sells for highest price at recent auction

John Deere combine sells for highest price at recent auction

The 2014 S670 combine sold after 249 bids Auction Report

Out of 2,627 items sold during an Aug. 25 BigIron auction, a John Deere combine received the highest price.

The 2014 John Deere S670 4WD combine from Plevna, Kan. sold for US$197,750 (CAD$250,373) to a buyer from the same state after 249 bids.

Specs: 1,228 engine hours, 752 separator hours, 373hp, Non Def John Deere 9.0L 6 Cyl Turbo Diesel Engine, Pro Drive Transmission W/Harvest Smart; Premium Cab; Trainer Seat; HID Lights, Extremity; Auto Trac Ready; Harvest Monitor; GS3 Greenstar Monitor; JD Starfire Series 3000 Globe; Auto Steer; Extended Wear Package; Powercast Powered Tailboard; 7.9m Unloading Auger; Dual Chaff Spreader; Single Point Hydraulic Hookup; Demco Bin Extension; Lateral Tilt Feeder House; Rear Header Trailer Hitch; Air Conditioning; Heat; Stereo; Refrigerator; Air Seat; Rear Camera; Large Wire And Small Wire Concaves; 750/65R26 Rear Tires; 650/85R38 Dual Front Tires.

A 2017 Case IH 7240 combine from Page, Neb., sold for US$178,750 (CAD$226,310) to a buyer from Illinois after 139 bids.

Specs: 1,388 engine hours, 1,021 separator hours, Diesel, Water Cooled Engine, Hydrostatic Transmission, 2WD, 520/85R42 Front Tires, 600/70R28 Rear Tires, Duals, Lateral Header Tilt, Rock Trap, AFX Rotor, Large Wire Concaves, Electric Concave Adjustment, Corn And Soybean Sieve And Chaffer, Electric Sieve And Chaffer Adjustment, Rotary Chopper, Straw Spreader, Heater, AC, Radio, GPS, Guidance Ready, Pro 700, Luxary Cab.

A 2016 John Deere S670 combine from Lake Providence, La., sold for US$176,750 (CAD$223,783) to a buyer from Arkansas after 120 bids.

Specs: 794 engine hours, 597 separator hours, 9.0L 6 Cylinder Turbocharged Diesel Engine, Extended Wear Package, 3 Speed Hydrostat Transmission, 4WD, Hydraulic Bin Extenders, Hydraulic Folding Auger, Variable Speed Lateral Tilt Feeder House, Straw Chopper That Tilts Up For Easier Access And Cleaning Of Straw Walkers, Refrigerator Under Buddy Seat, A/M, F/M, C/D, A/C, GreenStar 3 Display/Monitor, Does NOT Have Receiver On Cab, Wired For 2 Way Radio With Antenna, Operators Manuals For Combine, Greenstar 3, And JD Link, (2) 800/70R38 Front Tires, (2) 600/70R28 Rear Tires, 30' Long X 14' Wide.

A 2016 John Deere R4038 sprayer from Levna, Kan., sold for US$162,250 (CAD$205,436) to a buyer from Texas after 118 bids.

Specs: 1,894 hours, 9.0 L 6 Cyl Turbo Tier 4 Diesel Engine; Hydrostatic Transmission; Starfire 3000 Receiver w/ SF-1 Activation; GS3 Display; JD Section Control; Command 2 Plus Cab; AM/FM Radio; Stainless Steel 1000 Gal Tank; Stainless Steel Foldaway Inductor Tank; Manual Solution Control; 100' Booms W/Stainless Steel Tube On 15" Spacing; 5 Way Nozzle Body W/2 Nozzles Installed; Auto Boom Level; Auto Boom Fold; Wheel Slip Control; Tread Adjust; Boom Air Purge; Halogen Field Lighting; RH/LH Fence Row Nozzles; Rear Camera; Sun Shade; Wiper; Clean Water Poly Tank; Michelin VF380/90R46 Tires.

A 2014 Case IH 9230 4WD combine from Salina, Kan., sold for US$160,800 (CAD$206,171) to a buyer from Indiana after 189 bids.

Specs: 1,968 engine hours, 1,315 separator hours, 523 Hp, Case FPT 12.0L Diesel Engine, Hydrostatic Drive With 4 Speed Ranges, Extended Wear Package, Axial Flow With 3 Thresher Speeds, Variable Speed Feeder House, Rock Trap, Reverser, HD Lift Cylinders, Goodyear Tires, Loss Monitor, Extended Auger, 350 Bu Bin, Maurer Bin Extension, Straw Chopper, Straw Spreader, Yield Monitor, Auto Header Height Control, Auto Reel Speed, Lateral Header Tilt, Electric Sieve, Auto Steer, AFS Pro 700 Monitor, Deluxe Cab, Radio, A/C, Heat, Heated Mirrors, Leather Seats, Manuals, HID Lighting, Auto Cut Width, Auto Overlap, Upgraded Cone Liner, Upgraded Feeder House And Rock Trap, Serrated Feeder House Bars, 750/65R26 Front Tires, 36” Front Tracks, Cooler Under Training Seat.

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