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tanman722001
Hi, I know this ant no Simplicity or AC so i'm sorry.But have any of you guy have one or one something like it?I know where Ican get one for $100.00.He said it has surface rust one it but no pitting or hole in it.It has a B/S engine on it a 10 hp I think.But it dont run.Everything is there and org. and has a new set of decals for it.Is it worth fixing or not.I'm going to go look at it Thursday morning .If I get it i will put a pic up of it.Thanks Tony

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rokon2813
if its all there I say buy it. I sell speedex on ebay when i can find them. never get less than 300 for one that does NOT run. yesit is well worth $100. also there is a website for them. www.speedextractorinformation.com

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stumpy
Go for it! Looking forward to the pics. I've been looking for an S-24 or S-32 for a long time, but they appear to be pretty rare out in the far west. If it was'nt a 3,000 mile road trip I'd race you there <G>.

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rokon2813
along this subject: I know where to pick up an "FG" just begging to be restored. Its rough but rare so kinda high priced otherwise I'd already have it.

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