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I purchased my AC712 from the son of the original owner. He sold AC in the 70's and 80's. While picking up the tractor,I noticed bins and bins full of parts.Many in AC boxes,some Briggs boxes,etc. I saw a lot of belts,brackets,smaller boxes,etc.I saw no major parts like sheetmetal or transmissions,but I was told I didn't see it all. The son talked like they were going to sell it at auction,and maybe make 5-10 cents on the dollar,if that much. He also told me that he found a list of part numbers for much of the stuff. I won't approach him about selling one or two things,but if someone is interested,I will see if they are interested in selling the lot. Please,only if you are serious about buying the lot,EMail me at Goats3@aol.com. BTW,this is located in Northern Indiana. I have NO interest in this,only wish to see these parts get used. kenny

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