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#1 Talntedmrgreen ONLINE  

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Posted January 09, 2014 - 10:21 AM

'91 Ingersoll 3016PS, Rear PTO, AG's, Power Steering & HH34 3pt hitch/A-frame - $1750


1991 Ingersoll model 3016PS
Carlisle AG's on all 4 corners
Rear wheel weights
HH34 3 point and A-frame adapter with pins
Rear hydraulic PTO
New seat (should have it in the next couple days)
Previous owner said Onan was rebuilt 20-25 hours ago

Runs excellent, no issues. I'll work on more pictures as time allows.

Homemade front counterweight carrier/box included...kinda nice, actually, and will hold the MTD/Deere style 43# suitcase weights.

I've had this machine about a month, and sold the HyTill tiller that I had to a buddy of mine, and just don't see having a use for the machine. It's a sweet rig though. I took it in with the plan of trading for an Allis and some other goodies, but the Allis turned out to be junk. I would still consider trades...trades are just more fun!
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Potential trades:
-Bush Hog
-Simplicity, Allis or Homelite Memorabilia/dealer signs
-Simplicity Legacy or equivalent AGCO, Massey
-Forklift attachment for GT
-Fabrication of fork set for my FEL
-3 point, 540 tiller
-Simplicity & Allis GT attachments or tractors
-Sweepster broom
-Pallet rack material
-Significant amounts of beer
-Things that go BANG and smell like burnt gunpowder
-Hunting property
-Gold
-Golf Cart

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Posted January 09, 2014 - 10:45 AM

Good luck finding someone who will part with
"Significant amounts of beer"

Joe
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Posted January 09, 2014 - 11:00 AM

 

'91 Ingersoll 3016PS, Rear PTO, AG's, Power Steering & HH34 3pt hitch/A-frame - $1750


1991 Ingersoll model 3016PS
Carlisle AG's on all 4 corners
Rear wheel weights
HH34 3 point and A-frame adapter with pins
Rear hydraulic PTO
New seat (should have it in the next couple days)
Previous owner said Onan was rebuilt 20-25 hours ago

Runs excellent, no issues. I'll work on more pictures as time allows.

Homemade front counterweight carrier/box included...kinda nice, actually, and will hold the MTD/Deere style 43# suitcase weights.

I've had this machine about a month, and sold the HyTill tiller that I had to a buddy of mine, and just don't see having a use for the machine. It's a sweet rig though. I took it in with the plan of trading for an Allis and some other goodies, but the Allis turned out to be junk. I would still consider trades...trades are just more fun!
bananapowerslide.gif
Potential trades:
-Bush Hog
-Simplicity, Allis or Homelite Memorabilia/dealer signs
-Simplicity Legacy or equivalent AGCO, Massey
-Forklift attachment for GT
-Fabrication of fork set for my FEL
-3 point, 540 tiller
-Simplicity & Allis GT attachments or tractors
-Sweepster broom
-Pallet rack material
-Significant amounts of beer
-Things that go BANG and smell like burnt gunpowder
-Hunting property
-Gold
-Golf Cart

 

I really love your wish list, it really opens up a lot of options for both buyer and seller, thanks. BTW what engine is on it?


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Posted January 09, 2014 - 11:07 AM

Josh, you will probably get the " gold " before the " signicant amounts of beer".      Nice rig. Roger.


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Posted January 09, 2014 - 11:09 AM

Josh, you will probably get the " gold " before the " signicant amounts of beer".      Nice rig. Roger.

He didn't say what kind of beer (should have), would meister brau, natural light, or milwakees best be on the list, lol


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Posted January 09, 2014 - 12:45 PM

Good luck finding someone who will part with
"Significant amounts of beer"

Joe

In Michigan Beer is like currency...sometimes better   :beer:

 

I really love your wish list, it really opens up a lot of options for both buyer and seller, thanks. BTW what engine is on it?

 

16 Onan Twin...no clue on the model, but I can look.  It's a sweet little motor...sounds quite a bit like a KT or Magnum Kohler, but smoother.

 

He didn't say what kind of beer (should have), would meister brau, natural light, or milwakees best be on the list, lol

I'm sorry, but the final decision on acceptable beer for trade will have to be mine...and those are not approved trading stock. :(


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Posted January 09, 2014 - 02:49 PM

You know something just hit me. It seems that we are talking about trading beer for a garden tractor. Now If we trade the beer Josh wants for the tractor we would, presumably, have to buy the amount equal to the asking price.  I tried to do this just a while ago with the wife and she was a little slow at catching on but she caught on................... I explained that she said we didn't have the money for the tractor, but maybe we could buy some beer????!!!!! Now my approach was to tell here this would be a good thing. This is where it fell apart. She asked how much beer? I said I don't know, she said are we talking 1 case 2 cases, 3 cases, can't be all that much can it? I said maybe as much as what he considers a " significant amount (s) of beer. How much total she asked. I don't know I said. She says under $100.00 I told her,no..............maybe as much as 5 t0 6 times higher than that...........she said I could expect dinner with the dog tonight!!  Sorry Josh can't help ya bud.      Roger.


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Posted January 09, 2014 - 03:31 PM

It would be just 70 cases of my preferred brew! Maybe less if I bought kegs.
Or what? One ounce of gold?

Joe

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Posted January 09, 2014 - 04:05 PM

Haha...well, I'm glad this has stirred some interesting conversation.  For some perspective, I'd take:

 

1.5oz of gold

 

or

 

26 cases of Bell's Hopslam

 

or

 

117 cases of MIller Lite

 

or

 

an Allis Chalmers 920H with deck and blower

 

or

 

a nice 4' tiller, PLUS a more modest amount of beer, or Allis 314H, or smaller amount of gold



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Posted January 09, 2014 - 04:15 PM

...26 cases of Bell's Hopslam


I'm pretty sure that's more than they send to the entire state of Pennsylvania. ;-)

Don't forget, IPAs don't keep well.

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Posted January 09, 2014 - 06:18 PM

In Michigan Beer is like currency...sometimes better   :beer:

 

 

16 Onan Twin...no clue on the model, but I can look.  It's a sweet little motor...sounds quite a bit like a KT or Magnum Kohler, but smoother.

 

I'm sorry, but the final decision on acceptable beer for trade will have to be mine...and those are not approved trading stock. :(

Good man, good tractors ought to be surrounded by high quality beverages  :beer:



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Posted January 09, 2014 - 08:35 PM

or

 

117 cases of Miller Lite

 


or

 

a nice 4' tiller, PLUS a more modest amount of beer, or Allis 314H, or smaller amount of gold

 

Running out of water for the house plants? Just buy distilled water, it's marginally cheaper.

 

My wife keeps leaving a gold ring with a diamond in it laying on the nightstand every evening. Should I send you a pic?

 

PS - You will have add a correct, good condition snowblower and a mower deck however.


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Posted January 09, 2014 - 08:49 PM

Running out of water for the house plants? Just buy distilled water, it's marginally cheaper.

 

My wife keeps leaving a gold ring with a diamond in it laying on the nightstand every evening. Should I send you a pic?

 

PS - You will have add a correct, good condition snowblower and a mower deck however.

 

Depends on the ring!  I'm game!  :thumbs:



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Posted January 11, 2014 - 08:08 PM

Haha...well, I'm glad this has stirred some interesting conversation.  For some perspective, I'd take:

 

1.5oz of gold

 

or

 

26 cases of Bell's Hopslam

 

or

 

117 cases of MIller Lite

 

or

 

an Allis Chalmers 920H with deck and blower

 

or

 

a nice 4' tiller, PLUS a more modest amount of beer, or Allis 314H, or smaller amount of gold

 

 mmmmmmmmmm BELL'S. 



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Posted January 12, 2014 - 09:45 AM

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