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I found my diamond in the rough....

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rokon2813
I finally found my "diamond in the rough" or great deal. Today I picked up 2 tractors, A 16 hp twin Gilson with no deck but only needs a starter and carb adjusted, and the diamond: a 63 or 64 landlord with snowplow, tire chains, snow blower and 42" deck that only needed a condenser to drive it off the trailer. For $150.

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Congrats Rokon!! The landlord is a nice size tractor to work with. No just a lawn mower, if you know what I mean.;) Some before and after pictures are always welcome. Love to SEE what you got:D Dan

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