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New B10,maybe a keeper!

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THEPATRIOT
Picked this up today from the second owner.The guy lost his job and was selling off unfinished projects.He got it from the original owner a few years ago when the man got too old to use it.It came with a deck,lawn vac,tiller,snowthrower,cab and extras!It has a HI/LO trans.,hydraulic lift,rear pto,lights,and factory hour meter!I have ALL the books,even a factory service manual.The engine was rebuilt and hardly ran after that(only rebuilt because he had money to burn).Even has NOS front tires.The sheet metal is all perfect,just needs paint.I really miss my old B10,LOVE the roundhoods!Here's a few pics of most of it,enjoy.










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After selling my W walk behind to another member,i've been on the hunt for another cool tractor for a while.EVERYTHING was junk od sold instantly.I'm pretty happy with this one!8D

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quote:
Originally posted by Bull_79
Looks like you got a nice present sticking out of the snowblower shoot.
Lucky it's an OLD nest!My heart stopped when i was loading it and saw two big nest!!!OO

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Originally posted by comet66
No way I'd paint that tractor! That is a great original. What a great find!!
It needs paint,the guy spray bombed the front.I like to keep them original too.I'm just amazed how clean the sheetmetal is.

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