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Does anyone here have a parts tractor (with engine)that they would be willing to sell for cheap. I dont care if it runs, just as long as it is complete so I can fix it up without buying a bunch of stuff. I need something to mow with so I wont be wearing out my grandpa's old tractor. But I want a sim. or AC, not a cheap crappy job from lowes or Wal Mart. Any help or sugg?

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Kent
Well, I have a Regent 4108 5-speed with electric start that I'd sell cheaper than the cost of gas for the trip to come get it... so, I guess that's not much help. ;)

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roma3112
i have a 4111 with a fairly new 11 1/2 briggs ic in it i have the tractor 90% done the mower deck needs assembly and i have some new roolers ect i have 300 in to it you can take it for that i have pics i can email you. the hydro works fine all it really needs is assembly of the deck a rt front tire and rim and the grille is cracked, i am outside of boston so its a bit far but if you have no other options let me know. john

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