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SethL007

New addition and..............its GREEN

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Here is my latest buy. Its a 1978 Yanmar YM135 diesel. My grandpa bought it new and he has decided to sell it and i just couldnt let it get away. It came with a 48" belly mower as well as a 48" Yanmar snowblower. I know its not a Simplicity or and Allis but there is a lot of sentimental value in this one. Cant wait to put it to work!!! Just thought i would share even though its green.

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this unit is only 2wd but it came with a set of narrower rear tires that are loaded with chains on them so it should get around in the snow pretty good but 4wd would be nice!!

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