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G.Kiebler
Tried to buy a 64/65 Garden Mark today.It was covered up but the pigeon toed front wheels and copper color gave it away.the retired gentleman would not sell.He did let me look it over and I found the rubber driveshaft collars totally destroyed.I told him it should be repaired or it will comprimise the bgb.I did get his # and name,I'll take him the part #'s and schematic and might even assist in the repair,who knows,he just might remember me if he changes his mind.

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