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12"Drum Wood Chipper
6 Cylinder Ford Gas Engine
1539 Low Hours
Up for sale today is our1997 Woodchuck W/C-12 trailer mountedwood chipper. Thisnice looking, nice running chipper could literally be put to work tomorrow.Plenty of power to the 12" drum, with a big Ford 6 cylinder gasoline engine that runs just like it should.Not a lot of bells and whistles with this chipper,just asolid machine that can really take care of business. This machine rolls on 15" tires, both checking in with around 50%of their tread remaining, and it pulls easily with a pintle hitch. Only 1539 hours on the clock, this should be a good working unit for a long time to come. This is a non titled piece of equipment in the state of Iowa, it will be sold with a bill of sale only. Located at our shop in Knoxville, Iowa; we are also offering thischipper for sale locally.
We are a dealer located in Knoxville, Iowa
Call Jody @ 641-218-8697
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All winning buyers are expected to pay within “5” business days of winning the sale. Personal and company checks will be accepted if accompanied with a valid bank letter of guaranteed payment. We do accept Visa and MasterCard. There will be a $200 documentation fee added to the winning buyers' total. This fee will cover overnight postage, office expense, and other fees associated with sales.
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- Those who wait until the last few minutes or seconds to offer, risk losing the sale to buyers with faster connections or automated offerding software.
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