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Simplicity 7117H Auctioned @ $1,000. +

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Tacey
A local private estate auction was held Thursday. A 7117H equipped with a mower deck and power bagger was sold for more than $1,000. I had put a bid in starting at $200 and going as high as $500. Somebody wanted it more than me.:( According to the son-in-law of the deceased owner, the machine was well-used but well maintained. It had no hour meter on it. I hoping for better luck next time. Tacey

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