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Wow...I had seen them last when they were up over $125. I cannot imagine that kinda dough for lights. I've paid that for TWO tractors, WITH lights!:O

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well, just got back from the Florida Flywheeler's show and someone was selling a very clean, unrestored B-10 with deck for $1500.00. oh, but it has the headlights on it so maybe that's why it is so high priced!!

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Originally posted by rfsmith1952
Many of my first CARS didn't cost that much....
I could have bought TWO of my first cars with that, and had enough left over to get the needed parts for it to be road ready.:D:D

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