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Jim Bow Offline OP

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$3,000 Canadian? Isn't that like four dollars and twelve cents?
I'd be a buyer for $3,000 American if they hadn't disassembled it, and if the horseless carriage in the bed is included.

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It is about 5 miles from my house but I knew nothing about it.
$3000 Cdn is a deal for American buyers.

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If one of us were interested, would you go look at it for us?
It's too far for me, but just asking.


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I wish my neighbor would buy it. I'd love to help work on it. If the metal is all there and not beat up these are relative simply to build. Not a whoooole lot of parts!!

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Looks like a bargain to me.


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