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Red Whiskers

07-21-2021 16:37:22




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Nice 880 gas on a sale tomorrow, what's a far price?




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DWF

07-23-2021 18:26:06




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 Re: 880 in reply to Red Whiskers, 07-21-2021 16:37:22  
Thanks rrlund, When I get it home I will see if I can post a picture. I am in the process of getting another pole building made and will wait until I can put in in. I could put it in another building, but then something else would have to go out. The guy I am getting it from has room for it so it's there yet. It's about 35 miles away.

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DWF

07-22-2021 18:17:01




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 Re: 880 in reply to Red Whiskers, 07-21-2021 16:37:22  
I don't want to change the subject too much, but what is the color on a 770 SN 178829? I am getting this one and have seen it and I believe it is original paint as the sticker for the selling dealer is still on it.

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rrlund

07-23-2021 04:42:01




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 Re: 880 in reply to DWF, 07-22-2021 18:17:01  
Meadow green and Clover white.



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scootergmc

07-22-2021 07:19:49




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 Re: 880 in reply to Red Whiskers, 07-21-2021 16:37:22  
your location would help as well.



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rrlund

07-22-2021 04:15:22




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 Re: 880 in reply to Red Whiskers, 07-21-2021 16:37:22  
Wide front? Narrow front? Wheatland? Spur gear or helical transmission? Power booster? Power traction hitch, 3 pt or drawbar? Within the serial number range of the 249 mist greens?

If just a common narrow front helical gear with a drawbar, $1800-2500.



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Red Whiskers

07-22-2021 05:42:09




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 Re: 880 in reply to rrlund, 07-22-2021 04:15:22  
wide front, no hydra power, home made three point, been painted mist green.



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rrlund

07-22-2021 05:51:44




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 Re: 880 in reply to Red Whiskers, 07-22-2021 05:42:09  
Check the serial number. The mist greens were between 73639 ad 73891. If it's a true mist green, who knows how high it could go. You just don't find them.



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