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$40,000 Lawnmower

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GLPointon
Looks very nice, but are they serious????:O for that price it should come with a fully stocked workshop to put it in. Its not even a "Garden Tractor" and wrong brand too...;)

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RayS
I wonder if the clutch lining material they have on that page could be used to reline a simplicity cone clutch? The angle looks correct. http://oldmowerparts.com/Sears-Craftsman-Magna-MTD-Tiller-Clutch-Lining-503069-627422-USED-P1337912.aspx

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rokon2813
LOL I knew this would get a few responses. :D This all started from a craigs list ad for a used one with deck blower and cab. The guy said you could buy his for 1300 or a new one for 40,000 :O

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davidmoll
What good is a tractor you just look at and can't use or have to worry it will get a scratch. The joy of restoring an old tractor is getting to work and using it when your done. Same goes for cars and boats I restored with my friends when I had more time. No show pieces for me! Moleman

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