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Look what followed me home from Montana yesterday. Bought a "new" B-1 with attachments off e-bay. It looks to be the original paint and decals. I'll post some more pictures later this week after I unload it tomorrow.

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More pictures. The second snowblower and the yellow blade were not part of the deal but everything else was. The tractor looks to be very straight, I hope to have it repainted before the end of the summer. Looks like I will have to start researching yellow paint as well as the orange now.

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There's only two seasons in Calgary. Winter and Construction season. Lately the two seam to overlap too much for me. I was working two nights ago and with the windchill it was 23 degrees. The next change I want to see is leaves on the trees and some green grass to mow with my new B-1. The second set of pictures was taken an hour north of Calgary and as you can see the leaves are only just starting to bud. Next project for me is to get a leaf rake or ultimately a vac and cart.

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