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08-19-2000, 03:54 PM
Wow, that was a good laugh! I even saved the pics so I can put them in the "funnies" section of my web site!!
Thanks for the laugh!
The entire trailer park will be jealous of me when I bring that piece of machinery home
[Edited by RYAN on 08-19-2000 at 10:29 PM]
and im gonna drive it to the local super market every chance i get. All i need is a basket in the front. I ll be the hippest hippy in town...........(ah not)
Don't let Mr. Stone see that!
08-19-2000, 10:41 PM
nice crack in the front wheel.
Boy OSHA would love to catch someone doing comm. work with that contraption. He'd be locked up for years. My gosh, don't stick yer hands ANYWHERE in the front with that heap a runnin'.
If I know stone, he'd figure out a way to put his pull behind aerator on that dude & core his way to Cracker Barrel! :)
08-19-2000, 11:31 PM
Note how picky the seller is when it comes to who bids on this piece of ****.
08-19-2000, 11:45 PM
Oh my God! This has got to be the biggest joke. It's currently at $455 and the "reserve price" has not even been met yet! What does this guy want???
08-20-2000, 07:34 AM
I am going to have to sell my excess equipment through e-bay in the future.
If some dope will give half a grand for that POS then
I should be able to get $1200 for a 44" WB w/bagger.
sanford and sons must be cleaning out the yard!
08-20-2000, 12:26 PM
I could just see someone using it commercially,yeah right.If you let an employee operate it,they'd sue the pants off you with 3000 guards missing,no safetys,belts and hands do not mix well,etc....I bet the productivity sucks and that briggs is cutting edge technology,probably take a week to get points for it.If that is worth 455,then i ought to be able to get 1k each for my 1967 toro 70"proffesional reel mowers sitting in my barn,they are modern next to this Yazoo.
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