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Here are some pics of the Ford 640, that I sold last year.

I got this one for $750.00




 
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bertman said:
Something tells me you stole it from the owner ;)

The owner said that if I came down one weekend, I could have it for $750.00, but if I came down the next weekend, it would be $1,500, so I went for the $750.00.
 

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bertman said:
Something tells me you stole it from the owner ;)

The owner said that if I came down one weekend, I could have it for $750.00, but if I came down the next weekend, it would be $1,500, so I went for the $750.00.
I would venture to say that you made the correct decision.... I'd even drive from Missouri to Indiana for that deal !!! Ya done good.
 
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Stephenscity said:
How do you guys find these deals? Ya cann't buy a used lawn mower here for that! :eek: :eek: :lol:

That one was kinda interesting. Our local Ford NH dealer called and said a guy called looking for one of the power adjust rims you see in the first pic. Dealer told him $700. He said he wasnt' dropping that much for a rim and said he'd probably just sell it. Dealer called me and gave me his number. The rest is what Colin said. We just took a tire off the 861 so we could load it up easier. I then picked up a plain rim for $90 and one of my customers cut the tracks out of the old rim and welded them in the new one. Offered to pay him and he wouldn't hear of it. I think his work looked alot better than the factory one was done. He even painted it for us.


Old rim


New rim with track welded in.
 
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