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546cowboy

Picked this up from a local dealer.

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546cowboy
Went to my local dealer to get an ignition switch for a Wheel Horse and while I was there I saw this Simplicity sitting out in their used pen. I asked about it and he made me an offer I just could not refuse. It was a trade-in and he could not remember what was wrong with it. I went on home and had to get my trailer and go back for it. It's a Landlord DLX with a 20 hp. Vanguard and I didn't see all that much wrong with it other than cosmetic damage. That and I don't think anyone ever cleaned it much. Anyway I worked on it about 3 or 4 hours and what do you know, it's running like a top and mows great. Now for the best part, I got it for $200. Now I'm really not a Simplicity guy but this is a really nice tractor. Hydro lift, power steering, foot controls and differential lock. The paint is faded pretty bad, must have been outside for quite some time and hour meter says 670 hours. I haven't found a model number plate on it any where though so if you know where I might find it let me know. [IMG]http://i665.photobucket.com/albums/vv13/546cowboy/100_1216.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i665.photobucket.com/albums/vv13/546cowboy/100_1219.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i665.photobucket.com/albums/vv13/546cowboy/100_1217.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i665.photobucket.com/albums/vv13/546cowboy/100_1218.jpg[/IMG]

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Chris727
Great price! That was probably $6,000 new. The model tag should be on the side of the frame below the engine, I think on the left hand side but could be on the right hand.

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546cowboy
Well the model number tag was on the left side on the frame. Really hard to see if you don't know it's there. There were two numbers there. One that says package #1693384 and the other was 1693383.

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