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while looking on CL yesterday I saw it! I tried to resist but I called and just got home from picking it up, only cost $125 but needs a little work
 

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$125...great price. I bet this project will go real smooth for you.
 

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You may be a weak man, but you have a good nose for a deal! Nice find, I hope you get it in tip-top shape without much hassle.

And that's a cool use for a cargo carrier. I just got a utility trailer in the fall, but driving around with a trailer is much more clumsy/intimidating to me (at least so far), as compared with something mounted right to the back of the car.
 

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Sweet. Nothing wrong with that deal.
 

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Nice score, William. I see you're building the herd back up!:grin:
 

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hopefully you have an understanding spouse.

i tell mine at least my snowblower hobby keeps me out of the bars , out of trouble, and out of her hair.

and snowblowers don't have bodacious ta ta's.
no wife, I live alone
 

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hopefully you have an understanding spouse.

i tell mine at least my snowblower hobby keeps me out of the bars , out of trouble, and out of her hair.

and snowblowers don't have bodacious ta ta's.
Maybe not but most do have those inflated tires so round and firm, They do end up sagging and flat when they get old however.
 

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Nice find William. I guess if your goal is to have one of every Toro snow blower made, your doing pretty darn good.
:grin:
 

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