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Tony in Mass.
I always ask for a receipt, if they don't like it, but I like the machine, I keep the seller's name address and phone on file. If you can, take a picture of the tractor and his house in the background.
One fella said he was giving me a receipt, but when he came out of the house it was one from when he bought it... how he could have done so much damage to lose 4/5's o what he paid 2 years earlier was beyond me. So I was happy enough.
If they ask why, I say I might bring it to my place in Canada, and I'll need a receipt at the border... that usually works. In 50 or 60 years, who knows what shady deals went on with this stuff. Back then most tractors were worth more than most cars!
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