Buckeye incubators.... what are they worth??

jasonsquail

In the Brooder
8 Years
Mar 29, 2011
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They do work and still have everything with them including the original owners manuals. They have a few dings and scratches on the wood but are in overall great condition. I believe they were made in May 1942.

I plan on listing them on Ebay but have no idea what they are worth. Anybody have any idea?

The first one is an incubator and a hatcher together with seperate heaters for each door.



The second one is a hatcher but could be used for an incubator if you dont mind turning the eggs by hand.


 

al6517

Real Men can Cook
11 Years
May 13, 2008
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I have no idea what there worth but I will tell you this. They are very cool, I would kill to have that Bator and the hatcher, they are both very nice indeed, I would think they would bring some decent $$.
 

Debbiesflocks

Chirping
8 Years
Jul 20, 2011
150
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Washington
Around here we have a saying. Its only worth what the highest bidder is willing to pay. I have no idea what they are worth. I think if listed on ebay most wont bid to high due to the cost of shipping. Maybe try craigslist to get some local offers.
 

al6517

Real Men can Cook
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May 13, 2008
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Quote:And your Bogarting pic's of it Katy, bad girl very bad girl, how much $$ to talk you out of it.
 

Katy

Flock Mistress
12 Years
Jun 29, 2007
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Quote:And your Bogarting pic's of it Katy, bad girl very bad girl, how much $$ to talk you out of it.

Ha!
The innards of mine are all gone unfortunately. A neighbor who was cleaning out his dad's old shed getting ready to tear it down gave it to me. I use it for storage.
 

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