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what a shame!!

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A sad story indeed, now there's one less 75th Anniversary Sovereign in existence. The hood is also for sale: http://cgi.ebay.com/Simplicity-Ltd-Edition-75th-Anniversary-Tractor-Hood-/290438867463?cmd=ViewItem&pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item439f816a07 Based on the pics, it looks like #551 had a hard life, harder than the one I picked up.

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Originally posted by goatfarmer
Hey Sam, I could work a relay of sorts.....
Would be tempting, but imagine getting the tractor but not the hood or lightsXX( I think I'd best stick to my guns and save my tractor fund for a right hand lift for the hybrid;)

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i want the rims!!!!if anyone is interested i do know of a brand new 75th still crated up for 3500.00...this guy was a huge collector and is getting rid of everything....

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