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For several days now I have been eyeing what I thought might be a Wheel Horse in a neighbor's yard. I dont want a Wheel Horse but I didn't want a Yardman 'cept it was free and has worked faultlessly. The neighbor has been setting up to put up a modular home and has had dozers and backhoes all over the place. Figured today would be a good time to talk to him about it before it got hit. But I was too late!! It turned out to be a Broadmore. It looks like one front tire might be usable and the starter. Not worth the effort of loading it in the truck. But still... Maybe the motor is salvagable and maybe the other front tire will hold air and maybe... Well, it's been praying on my mind all day so tomorrow-after I get back from gold panning-I'm gonna go get that wreck--if for no other reason than it's FREE!

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