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Old 07-08-2020, 10:11 PM
Acidtonic Acidtonic is offline
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Default NY to Michigan

I'm looking at purchasing an old rear engine Cub Cadet in various places in New York.

Specifically the old fiberglass frame Cadet 55/60/75/85 models.

Looking at one in Charlottesville, one in Luthersberg, and one in northern PA on the Ohio border on the way from NY to here.

I'm probably only going to buy one, depending on how easily I can get it shipped. Fastenal is not shipping mowers due to Covid, uShip failed me big time and didn't show after booking....anyone here want to toss a quote?

I'm looking to do this within the next week or two, flexible for the right deal.
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