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larry8200
725, BIG TEN, 2010, B210, 3312h, 3416H, 7013S, 7016-6, 7112H, B207E, 312, T16H, and two Sovereign 18 V-Twin Hydros', one with Power Steering Need to get good pictures of the rest, and an attachment lineup.....


































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larry8200
"getting my boss to allow one more...." You are lucky! Being divorced with no kids, there are no checks or balances on my tractor collecting at all! Now I have to sell a bunch of them, take the money, and buy a bunch more!

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