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Picked up a few treasures from the Portland,IN show this weekend. Some AC B1 literature and decals plus an enginless AC 416S. Would have liked to been able to bring these home with me but...

The combined asking price for these two items....$1250.00

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The planetary sickle was a little high IMHO. It was in decent condition but no cable lift pulley/bracket assembly. One in comparable condition went on eBay for less than $250 recently, $600 seems kind of optimistic.

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