I could be wrong, but I think a 575 has more to it then your 570. Also since the new ones are upwards of $20k that makes a good used one worth more. But still seems to high for that one in the auction. If your 570 is in good shape I'm sure it would bring more then $9500 or close to it depending on the sales of small balers in your area.Really? A 1994 model? Our 1989 NH570 listed new for $12,000 and dad bought it cash for $9500.
I've seen that, you get a few people that don't like one another with deep pockets bidding against one another and the next thing you could almost have bought a new one. it's the no way is that rotten SOB gonna outbid/beat me thing.Auctions are always funny things also. Sometimes things can be bought as a steal then other times they can be more expensive then they should be if two or three guys are bidding and all those guys are the must win type. Around here if there is good used hay equipment the dealers always show up to buy it if the price doesn't go that high.