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Re: The furrows is here!

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12-27-2012 05:58:46

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Tony Are the 40's rare up North? They were common in Tx. I have 5. Have a neighbor that still use's his and won't sell(original).There is a HC about 50 miles from me for sale for $2200, looks good and has original paint.On craigs list for East Texas. There come up on Craigs list often. I know of two across river in Oklahoma for sale.

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12-27-2012 10:32:34

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 Re: The furrows is here! in reply to miner09, 12-27-2012 05:58:46  
I used to think so Mikey, until a year ago, I only knew of 2, one not for sale at any price near Hartford Conn, other in Catskills area for 5 grand, rotten tires sunk in the ground and no tranny fill cap since the last millenium. So I bought the third I ever heard of, thanks to Richard L and his Craigslist search engine!
Since then, Dan P knows of 2 or 3, one of those for sale near him, a couple on Albany NY area Craigslist this year, and a couple in Vermont- does VT parts have them? But until I took one home... they didn't exist... another Murphy law thing I guess. Tell ya, I am not impressed with the steering on mine, I can see how narrow or single wheel would be ok but mine needs a heavy implement in back, or hire a couple illegals ???

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