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Elf guardian
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Picked up this 832 this aft. Serial# makes it a 1975. 6667 of the 8238 built.
Runs really good. All original, except electric start was added at some point, and
someone slapped some paint on it.(with lots of runs)
Has 3 forward, and revrs. tranny.
Here's a few pics.
Actually, I bet that front bumper isn't factory original.



 

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Elf guardian
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DH1 said:
Is that the one on Kijiji? It looked pretty good.
There was 2 of them there. This was the better one. The other guy was trying to sell his based on the fact that he had
the manual. He even emailed me the part# for the manual when asked him for the serial# of the RER.
Made me very suspicious.
 

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That one you got your not going to have any fun with it cause it's already done.:thumbs:
 

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Tractorholic
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Nice, what's all that white stuff it's sitting on?
 

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I've never seen one before. It looks pretty good. Thanks for showing the pics and congrats on your latest find.
 
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Junk Whisperer
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nice find, I must be sleep clicking again oh well daytime dave needs a thanks too, lol.
 

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That looks nice, my buddy has got one just like that.
 

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Very cool piece Sherwood. We need to get you a video camera, I would like to see one of them in action. Don't forget to add it to the registry :D
 

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Elf guardian
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DH1 said:
That one you got your not going to have any fun with it cause it's already done.:thumbs:
Don't worry Doug, I already found a few things to have fun with on it.:smilewink:

IE: the exhaust has to replaced. I'm thinkin a stack w/flapper.
It's no good there anyways, because you're suppose to be able to roll the
machine up on the back rail/stand, so you can work on the deck. That
yellow decal explains how to.
Plug oil breather tube. Drain most of the gas. Wear a seatbelt:smilewink:

 

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Elf guardian
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NUTNDUN said:
Very cool piece Sherwood. We need to get you a video camera, I would like to see one of them in action. Don't forget to add it to the registry :D
If you look real closely, in the second picture you can see that the deck belt was turning. I was running sea foam into it as I took pictures.(belt is too small, so it's always live)
That's about as close as you're going to get me to a video camera and action shots. I'm not a gadget guy anymore.:D:D
 

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IamSherwood said:
If you look real closely, in the second picture you can see that the deck belt was turning. I was running sea foam into it as I took pictures.(belt is too small, so it's always live)
That's about as close as you're going to get me to a video camera and action shots. I'm not a gadget guy anymore.:D:D
I guess you will just have to take a bunch of sequential photos then..... :poke:
 

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That is a nice looking little machine. Thanks for sharing your pictures. That has got to be a very rare tractor to find. Enjoy your new addition.
 
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