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McGill

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McGill
Just picked up a broadmoor for $25.00 complete but doesn't run. Then the real story. As I'm paying for it another guy walks up and says, "I have one just like that I'll sell for $20.00 and it runs." I'm going tomarrow to pick it up. Boy what a nice day.

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Yeoman627
Sounds like you've got you're weekend plans cut out for you. Should be interesting why the one doesn't run. Perhaps between both of them, you can have one 'work-horse' and a parts tractor. The Broadmoor is a great tractor - I've got three - one 728 and two 738s. The 728 is engineless (original engine blown - connecting rod through the crankcase). I'm in the process of putting an engine together for it. Have fun !!! Tom K.

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SmilinSam
Ain't it amazing what you can buy for little to nothing sometimes? I have 6 more "cleaning my garage out" specials to look at this weekend- 3414H, 3415H, 7112H, two lawn tractors, and a stick control rear engine rider. I keep telling all of you these local ads that I run wanting non running Simplicity/AC really pay off this time of year ! Keep Smiling Sam PS: The best people to buy the Yellow and Orange from are those who are proud of that new "Green" machine in their garage.

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MPH
Ditto Roy, here in Ak I own the only two I've seen, heard of a few others but can;t find them. No ditto on the disgusting, I'm just a bit green with envie, MPH

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