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Ken

My new Big Ten

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Ken
I just picked up this clean Big Ten last week. It is going to be my grass cutter and possible snow pusher. I had to do a little paint touch up on the sides as the previous owner touched it up with what looked like Cub Cadet yellow. She runs great and I really must say that out of the 50 or so vintage garden tractors I have owned in the past 20 yrs. to compare it to, she is by far the best grass cutter out there. I will be bringing it to the Kent CT. show coming up and hope to see some others there. [IMG]http://i187.photobucket.com/albums/x201/flyinaceman/Photo09171843-1.jpg[/IMG]

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steve-wis
Very nice! Owning one in that condition is one of my dreams. And yes, welcome to the club, you will find friendly advice, good information, and some rather robust senses of humor here. Steve

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