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I have been collecting Simplicity / AC garden tractors and attachments for a couple of years now. I also need to move so I want to get rid of some of the extra stuff. I am interested in trying to do some trading towards things I could use. If that doesn't happen then I will sell all the extras. I am looking for a weed / brush cutter attachment, a vaccum attachment pto driven, a rear landscape rake such as a york rake or equivalent, or any other odd or different attachment that could be used with a AC B210, B110 or B-1. I am also interested in an old WW Grinder machine, the one that is a small trailer like that used by rental shops. I have two different size rototillers, a front plow and hitch, two piece rear weight, set of wheel weights, a small pull behind plow, a Brinly pull behind plow, a model LC Simplicity walk behind tractor with a front plow, a couple of snow blower attachments, a 26" revitalizer attachment, a disc harrow ( sears ) etc. This is a partial list of what I want to move. I am interested in trading first and if that doesn't work then I will sell. E mail me with any ideas you have. I am located just north of Boston. Thanks, Alan

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