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Al
Hi, That is the standard color combination for the 682, 782, 982 1282. These were only this color for a few years, then went to yellow, blue and white. We have one like this one for sale that we just bored the kt17 and ground the crank. It is up for adoption and we are co-operative. They just, A don't mow like a Simplicity and they are built for ESTATE owners, because you need one to turn one around. Spoiled by Simplicity. Al Eden

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