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I picked up this early B10 today as a sister project to the Landlord. I had a B12 hydrolift that I regret selling and the B10 seems like it will fill that void nicely. This is an all original tractor and is nice and tight. My plan is to give it a full restoration like the landlord. I have all the original manuals and dealer paperwork from the original owner. I'm looking forward to cleaning it up over the next few days and figured I would post a few pics in the garage next to the Landlord.








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Oh and I forgot to show off the original manual and all the other manuals I got with the tractor. A brand new parts manual and a manual for a B112 for reference. The original owners manual too. Its seriously cool. I started it up and drove it around a bit today. Its a nice original tractor.


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