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Have you seen this B110 diecast on ebay?

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Buickgsman
Check this auction out? Its super cool but WOW pricey! http://www.ebay.com/itm/ALLIS-CHALMERS-B110-LAWN-AND-GARDEN-ORIGINAL-BUBBLE-BOX-NR-/250965919256?pt=Diecast_Vehicles&hash=item3a6ebc0618

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Chris727
Its really something what the older toys can bring. These AC Garden tractors are very desirable. I gave $40 for one needing a restore (and that was cheap). Its not uncommon for the B-112 with blade and cart (when new in box) to exceed $1000 at auction.

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