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I may have hit the mother load ! Found an old dealership that used to sell Simplicity getting ready to go out of business. They are supposed to set me up with a price for the "back lot". Couldnt get any pics but as far as I can remember about 20 to 25 machines in different states of disrepair including some I couldnt tell what they were, a b110, 2 b112s, b212, 2 b10s, 2 T816s, one that looked like a landlord only smaller and several orange with white hoods all different series, a couple snowplows, a blower, cultivator and stack of 10 to 15 decent decks. Plus odd sears, a JD, a Cub and more I cant remember. Some of you have expressed interest in a Simp A/C salvage yard... Pretty soon I may be one. I'll keep you all posted

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Good for you! Now if I leave right this moment I should be there by 5 am, to beat you to the pile. Just kiding. Now you will have your foot in the door to having an AC/Simplicity parts yard.

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