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Honda Track Driven Snowblower - $100 (631)

This is NOT mine, nor i have anything to do with the seller......

Honda Track Driven Snowblower

"It's just a few years old. The warranty just expired on it. It cranks but won't start, I have no idea why. Worked great and still has gas in it from last season. The dealer is backed up and can't pick it up and repair it in a timely fashion so I just ordered a new one.

Located in Lloyd Harbor.

$100 or anything Ferrari related. I can't help with transport since everything I own is European.

Please Call 631-295-713three "




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Thanks for posting this. I'd grab it in a second if it was 5-6 hours away max.

Parts for the first gen 828 are coming in as obsolete one by one in the parts houses. Bummer.

Kind of reminds me of your trip you took out this way for the Yamaha and 1 or 2 Honda's (if I'm right).

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I have a picture of a Ferrari, does that count?
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Hahaha. Was the Ferrari comment directed at me?? Lol

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Nah, I haven't been around here long enough to know in jokes or insider information like that. Just reacting to the sale price of "$100 or anything Ferrari related".
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Nah, I haven't been around here long enough to know in jokes or insider information like that. Just reacting to the sale price of "$100 or anything Ferrari related".
Lol. Sorry, but I was actually referring to the OP. I compared Honda blowers to Ferraris yesterday...

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Oh, ha! It's hard to tell where things originate sometimes, sorry.
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Hahaha. Was the Ferrari comment directed at me?? Lol
Not at all, didn't even realized about the "Ferrari" part in common.
I just run into it and decided to posted to see opinions as it does not look legit to me....... HS828s were last sold in late 90's/early 2000's maybe and the posted states "The warranty just expired on it"
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Hard to say. Clearly it's not a few years old, however, Lloyd harbor is one of the more expensive areas on LI (25M+). The driveways are pretty long and on steep hills so I can see needing a tracked snow blower there. A $3000 snow blower is pocket change to those folks so if it doesn't start just buy a new one.
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