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SethL007

sell complete or part out Big Ten??

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SethL007

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ok guys this project is not done but has to go to make room in the garage. it is a allis chalmers big ten 75% painted, new sandy lake seat, re-chromed seat bracket, new decals, engine bored to either .10 or .20 over with new piston (not assembled), tires are like new originals, and the list goes on. obviously i will take a bath on it either way i was just curious what your inputs would be to sell complete or part it out? thanks for any input!! seth

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