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Bagged a Local Craigslisted B-210

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First reasonably close and resonable priced Allis I seen on craigs for sometime. It first showed up in October for $250. Wasnt interested and it disappeared, so I thought it to have been sold. Two weeks ago it showed up again for $200. Still not really excited. Did send an emial about trading some stuff for it. Got a interested response and then no further contact. Figured he sold it this time. Looked a few days ago and it was still on there, but for only $160 this time. I just couldnt take it no moreyell:D, had to grab up the phone and call this morning. Drove straight away and picked her up.

My my...even a rear lift;)
Even got a trinket to trade that I wont needdOd as I am converting this baby to a Sundstrand as well8D
Pretty straight tin save for one simple bend in the seat deck to hammer out. Even runs, but starts smoking once it warms up to operating temps. I'm all set for winter projects now^

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VERY NICE dOd & cudos on the negotiation skills. (Looks like my B210 "before pics"...only cleaner) My bad timing: I just bought a tiller drive pulley with a bent linkage bracket...coulda bought your trinkets...sm01

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