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Did you see the 10 old tractors in the classifieds for 50K! I am selling all my stuff off and buying a winter home in the bahamas! Maybe for the summer I will stay in Wisconsin. Anyone know a good realtor?:D

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I'm cornfused by the ad. Says he has 10 tractors, but only wants to sell two. has a truckload (how big??) of parts but won't sell individual. Won't sell individual parts?? Prolly doesn't want to sift through the pile. sm00sm00sm00 A collector IMHO isn't going to pay big bucks even if there is a diamond in the pile.

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