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Miles?

That's a premium price for 1993 snowmobile.

If it's in super condition, has really low miles, plastic ski's, nice seat, good track, and it's what you really want then it may be worth that.

You could offer $1000.
 

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RxSX is right!!!!

I just got a 92 mach 1 617 for my second sled for wife to run, paid 1300 with 4k good trac good seat, plastic skis, back up plugs, second belt, cover, really clean sled!!

take the yamaha over the cat for sure!!!
 

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Got my mach 1 for 50 bucks.... just needed some carb work and skis.


Anyway in my area that sled wouldn't get 600. Must be much more expensive in Canada. Around here we expect that price for a late 90's-early 2000's snowmobile.

The 650 IMO is an all around better sled.
 

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ya our sleds hold a good re-sale value. I can sell it next year for what i paid, or more. Also up here, once a sled is 15 years old, the insurance is 50% off and our trail permits are 50% off. So i can save hugh on insurance, ($500-$600/year) and i save $125 on trail permits. so with 2 sleds, im saving $1000-$1400/year just for having good old sleds!!!

I guess thats why we can't get them for $50.00 LOL, although we do have the cheap ones, but there usually pretty banged up, or needing clutch work or new trac, or carbs done, etc etc etc
 

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Trail passes are half off for classics (15 yrs or older) here too, and if it's antique (25 yrs or older) you only pay the first year and it's free thereafter! Insurance is only about 70-100 for anything under 600cc here, but no discounts other than that.
 

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Mach1 92' 617 & 94' 670
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so were about the same there then. hmmm good to know....thanks.

I guess we just hold a better re-sale value up here then.
 

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Anyway in my area that sled wouldn't get 600. Around here we expect that price for a late 90's-early 2000's snowmobile.
Your market is very low. 2000-2003 Yamaha would bring 2000-4500 in Minnesota depending on model. Others a little less.

A clean, 93 Exciter II will get 800-950 here.

Anyway booper, get the Yamaha for sure even though you'll pay more up front.
 

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Your market is very low. 2000-2003 Yamaha would bring 2000-4500 in Minnesota depending on model. Others a little less.

A clean, 93 Exciter II will get 800-950 here.

Anyway booper, get the Yamaha for sure even though you'll pay more up front.
Have seen 2000 SRX's advertised for $4,500 - $5,500 here in Toronto.
 
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