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samson
My neighbor in Wis. had one like that, it was a beauty. Always tried to buy it from him but no luck. Don't want to make you ill, but I found a early B10 in Asheboro NC with deck for $50 Its the one in the back in my profile pictures. There are more in NC than you think. There,s a guy over in Franklin with a B12 with a loader on it. Says he might keep it for his grandson to fool with. Working on him to. Roger

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Originally posted by samson
My neighbor in Wis. had one like that, it was a beauty. Always tried to buy it from him but no luck. Don't want to make you ill, but I found a early B10 in Asheboro NC with deck for $50 Its the one in the back in my profile pictures. There are more in NC than you think. There,s a guy over in Franklin with a B12 with a loader on it. Says he might keep it for his grandson to fool with. Working on him to. Roger
$50? Damn. Good find. I know there are tractors in NC, but I am from the triangle, and all you can find here are the commercial mowers. In the West end of the state there is much more to be found.

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dieselman
had a Ford LGT 160 was a great mower. dont want to get a fight going but i bet it would of showed up a simplicty 7116 or 7016. it needed a $1600 engine so we got rid of it.

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rokon2813
I worked for a landscaper 15 years ago and I seem to remember he had a simp deisel that was 4 wheel drive. Is it my memory or was there such a beast?

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pacodiablo This is a Simplicicty and Allis Chalmers garden tractor club
I know I know. I am not really partial to a particular brand, I love almost any tractor.

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I worked for a landscaper 15 years ago and I seem to remember he had a simp deisel that was 4 wheel drive. Is it my memory or was there such a beast?
Wow, that would be a NICE tractor!

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NOW this is a beauty!! If it's Diesel you want, then you need one of these. [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/images/7790_diesel/7790%20Diesel%202.jpg[/img]
Man, that one is nice too... Are there any smaller diesel tractors still in production?

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NOW this is a beauty!! If it's Diesel you want, then you need one of these. [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/images/7790_diesel/7790%20Diesel%202.jpg[/img]
Now that is one fine looking tractor....^8D

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