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Hi my name is rebel. I have a 1955 model v simplicty walker with 5 attachments. I would like to find out how much it is worth,everything works great,can anyone help me out.My e-mail is paul1810@outdrs.net

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Depends on the attachments.Most of the time the attachments are worth more that the tractor.I just picked up 2 model v's 2 model f's a snow blower sicle mower plow culitivator and lawn mower for 2 parts David Bradleys and he delivered them.Ony one had a engine and that is parcaly taken apart.

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