Pete’s Pick of the Week: 1988 John Deere 7720 Titan II

Pete’s Pick of the Week: 1988 John Deere 7720 Titan II

This 1988 John Deere 7720 Titan II combine with 2,337 hours sold for $26,000 in southeast Minnesota at a farm auction on Saturday, March 14. That’s the second highest auction sale price in four years.

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Spell Check

Sacred Heart, MN
7/22/2015 08:23 PM

  I have owned several JD combines from the 6600s to the 6620s to the 9400s and 9500s in the 1990s and have never had a fire. They were all excellent machines and did a great job in the field. Their corn heads were so far ahead of anyone else that farmers were putting them on the red combines.

Unknown, IL
3/21/2015 06:50 PM

  Likely this one hasn't started on fire. John deere combines are like a fireball on wheels, straw starts on fire less then a deere combine.


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