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New FDT,not what you think!

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THEPATRIOT
I picked this up,and boy do i like it!VERY easy to work on and very well deseigned also.The 3 point hitch is the coolest part!This is a 1968 Suburban 12,she needs paint but is in exellent condition.I bought it to resell,but put alot of time into it and may keep her around for a while.


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timflury
It's made by Roper. Nice machines and lots of implements available for them. http://media.photobucket.com/image/roper%20lawn%20tractor/stripmine/tractors/IMG_2085.jpg

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timflury
I see Brett..... On here when one says "Panzer" I think of Pennsylvania Panzer tractors.sm00 Look at this Roper. Look closely how the snow blade wouls lift up and down. http://kansascity.craigslist.org/grd/1829871920.html

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