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BushBoneYard said:
Looks like a real wild card to me. If you win you do real good........... Its across the Chesapeake Bay by way of the big bay bridge from my place in Machipongo, Va., about an hour each way. If anyone wanted it, it could be left on my property down there for later pickup. I won't be down there in the near future, but it could stay as long as desired if dropped on my property by seller or others. Just PM me for any help. :222: :446: Best Regards, Rich
 

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Now, there's a bargain if I ever saw one. Any collector in that area should want to snap that one up. Look at the condition of it? It needs nothing but a good cleaning and polishing to make it "show ready". These tractors look so "cute" when placed next to the GT's at a show.
 

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Yes, this would be a bargain at $75 even if the engine is junk. The engines in these tractors (Briggs vertical shaft) are easy to find used and usually don't bring much money, so for under $200 someone could have a nice running little lawn tractor.
Tom, the "cute factor" is how I ended up hauling a 108 home. My wife thought it was cute and wanted a miniature of my tractor to mow with. I'm constantly amazed at how reliable hers is, I put it together, must be like 15 years ago, for very little money, and it never needs anything. And to think the PO sold it to buy an LT series Deere. Wonder how that's working out for him? :roll: But honestly, I wish him well with his purchase as he was a very nice guy and actually had a neat collection of antique walk-behind equipment.
 
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