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This past winter a club member steered me in the direction of a AC B110 that had been sitting and not being used. He gave me a map to where it was and told me who it belonged to. Well I pursued it and after a half dozen telephone calls I was told I could have it for free. Of course when I got the green light to get it we had a decent amount of snow up here in Mass.. That didn't stop me. I loaded up my 4 wheel drive 1 ton dump truck that has a plow and my seven year son and myself went on the recovery mission. We had to plow through a huge snow bank on the edge of a parking lot. Run 30' of chain and straps and my son had to stand on the snow bank and guide me as I could not see the tractor as I pulled it out from it's resting spot. Of course it had four flats and it has cold out. Well we got it out and brought it home in the back of my dump truck. I had no immediate plans for it other than to ad it to my collection.

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