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I looked at an A with a stuck/partially torn apart engine,that the rear end was locked up in it also,it came with a snow plow that had been butchered up to fit a Bobcat,and because it wasn't a Super A it had no hydraulics.The guy wouldn't come down a cent off his $950 price,so I let him keep it.I would say you got one heck of a deal!!!Congrats!!!
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