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I was just browsing Craigslist and saw this. They are asking $175. Does anyone know what year and model this is? :confusion-confused:

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Just a guess but it looks like a 654 that has been repowered. Any more pics?

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       cafoose    ? I would say $75 and take off there hands. Good for parts or winter project.

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7 hours ago, Molon_Labe said:

Any more pics?

No that's all the pics they posted.

4 hours ago, T1257 RETIRED WRENCHER. said:

I would say $75 and take off there hands. Good for parts or winter project.

That's what I thought looks a little high to me too plus it's an hour's drive one way. I have other projects now anyway.

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