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Jeff,

     It may be mothers day but you can never rest.Looks like a great piece if the price is right.Let us all know what you find.JAinVA

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Any mother would love that.. should of acted like it was your wife's surprise Mother's Day gift! :ROTF: You could of added that you thought she would look beautiful sitting on it! Lol

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Father's Day is coming up. Nice Horse, Dad.:handgestures-thumbupright:

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Good eye! 

  The fuel pump on the side of the motor leads me to believe it's an Onan 16 (D-160)

 Mike.....

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Shouldn`t tip with Norfolk & Western in the ballast box...:ROTF:

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16 hours ago, roadapples said:

Shouldn`t tip with Norfolk & Western in the ballast box...:ROTF:

I thought they were CSX rails   :)

 

Glenn

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22 hours ago, roadapples said:

Shouldn`t tip with Norfolk & Western in the ballast box...:ROTF:

 

6 hours ago, JERSEYHAWG / Glenn said:

I thought they were CSX rails   :)

 

Glenn

Could be Chessie , they looked older than the :wh:...:scared-eek:...:tools-hammerdrill:, Jeff.

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2 minutes ago, WVHillbilly520H said:

 

Could be Chessie , they looked older than the :wh:...:scared-eek:...:tools-hammerdrill:, Jeff.

They could be Atlantic Coast Line ( I think that the correct name). which makes them older than me .:(

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23 hours ago, Tankman said:

Father's Day is coming up. Nice Horse, Dad.:handgestures-thumbupright:

hint, Hint, HINT! 

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I finally got back to see what the deal was/is on the D series, to my surprise it has the snow blower, plow and mower deck with it as well as runs albeit poorly (they don't have time to "fiddle" with it keeping up with the business) and yes it would be for sale $2500 for the package, Jeff.

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