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rokon2813
I have the opportunity to pick up an HB 112 cheap (I think). What is it worth without pictures if the body work is very good, the paint is pretty good, tires are good, deck is fair and te seat is shot. It ran great 5 years ago when they parked it because the hydro leaked "more oil than the engine used gas". It is outside but under some very dense pine trees so it is very clean and the pine needles have soaked up the moisture so it has not rusted at all since it was parked and everything seems free including the choke and throttle cables. Anybody wanna make a ballpark guess so I know what to offer or how high to go???

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Scott Salmons
Depends on how bad you want it. If it is all there I would go $300? The hydro can get very expensive. I drove 600+ miles today to pick up a tractor with a blown motor, so I'm a little nuts:p anyway.

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