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Weekend Buys

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xenon172
Picked a few things this weekend from local resident that is the process of moving and simply had to get stuff cleaned out and gone. So for a couple hundred bucks we came back with 2 Cubs and 2 Go Carts. Both Cubs have cast iron wheel weights which have about the same value that we paid for everything. The cub 125 will be good for parting out and the 147 is in good enough condition to be a full restoration especially since it has the headlight package. Both Go Carts are up and running and will be perfect for my partners nephews. Only had to travel 3 miles so it was pretty good deal overall.








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