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rusty6

04-18-2013 18:36:27




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Or more accurately, a 742. I watched sell today at a farm auction. It looked pretty fair for it's age and sounded great. The seat was worn out but other than that I'd have been happy to take it home. With the Leon front end loader it sold for $3900. third party image




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lrobry01

04-19-2013 08:02:11




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 Re: 730 Gas in reply to rusty6, 04-18-2013 18:36:27  
Location of this unit when sold?



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rusty6

04-19-2013 11:07:52




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 Re: 730 Gas in reply to lrobry01, 04-19-2013 08:02:11  
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Just south of Bankend, Sask. Not sure where it went but it didn't follow me home. :-)



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