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Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by unimogr, Mar 17, 2011.

  1. unimogr

    unimogr Senior Member
    Messages: 236

    What value would you put on a 1966 Bombadier track sidewalk plow with V and straight plow. In good running and operating condition? Some rust on the door bottoms. Any info greatly appreciated. What does one weigh?

  2. oldmankent

    oldmankent PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,322

    Local lumberyard had one of those for a while. They sold it though. What's it like getting parts for that thing? 5K for a novelty item? I really have no clue.
  3. pohouse

    pohouse Senior Member
    Messages: 322

    That is one cool little machine. I'm sure to the right person, its worth alot. Like a snow plow collector.:laughing:
  4. pohouse

    pohouse Senior Member
    Messages: 322

  5. wildwilly

    wildwilly Member
    Messages: 85

    I would say about 4k for it. They use these in our city for sidewalks..they are mini tanks and yes... you can get parts for them.... they haven't changed much at all since thy started making them...why change a good solid thing??weight? about a ton1/2
  6. Burkartsplow

    Burkartsplow PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 3,246

    There is a guy on here selling one for 4k I believe. He cleaned it up and he has a video of if it running. It is quick and does a great job. If I could get a job subbing for the city with one of those it would be the best piece of equipment for the job. I always see the toolcats getting stuck in my city while doing the walks trying to get over piled up aprons.
  7. csi.northcoast

    csi.northcoast Senior Member
    Messages: 320

    i have a 1987 version ... parts are not a problem... it weights around 4500 lbs, i have seen them sold any where from 3- 11 k for the older versions...new they are around 80k .. nothing beats those things doing sidewalks
  8. jmbones

    jmbones Senior Member
    from NE PA
    Messages: 242

    I would check with any local snowmobile clubs, looks like it could be a good grooming machine.
  9. unimogr

    unimogr Senior Member
    Messages: 236

    Thanks guys. I guess it's worth the $3000. being asked for it. The straight blade does look like toast though. Too bad it doesn't have a PTO, I could hang my chipper on it. A little body work, some paint and a gallon of perfume it should be good to go.<bg>

    It fits right in with my other truck:
  10. jklawn&Plow

    jklawn&Plow Senior Member
    Messages: 469

    You better prep it for Lybia runnin low on equipment.
  11. wildwilly

    wildwilly Member
    Messages: 85

    I hate you !!!!!!!!lol
  12. unimogr

    unimogr Senior Member
    Messages: 236

    Ring mount and 50 cal.???
  13. Brian Young

    Brian Young PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 3,394

  14. justme-

    justme- 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,138

    nope- not a good groomer because the tracks are too narrow. This is a SW48 - which literally is a SideWalk plow, 48" wide. Bombardier did make a groomer with a very similar chassis, as well as several other variations for other purposes including swamp crossing.
    One could swap tracks onto the SW48 for grooming, but I suspect from the grooming sites I have read it would not be cost effective for most.