$300 Cub Cadet. (I don't have the serial number - it is over by my polebarn at the moment).
Never had it running. but engine appears free. it has been outside for a while now.
No deck for it. can't move any of the levers at the moment.
The front cast iron piece is broken -
John Deere 212 and Mower Deck 48" [I believe]
Haven't had it running for about 3 years. Deck has a hole in it.
It has always been inside though.
No coil or condenser at the moment. and has the left back wheel bearing out (it also holds the gear in the back in place too, I think).
Has a 12 hp kokler engine, runs good. No battery.
Ford 4x4 1987 F150 V8 4 Speed
It doesn't look as good as it does in the pic now - that was last fall.
It starts great -- and runs really good (rarely ever drive it, I generally have to charge the battery and air up one tire) -- only thing is ocassionaly, the temp goes high and then back down.
May have a bad water pump or fan belt or thermostat or something.
It is noisey as far as mufflers. I used it basically to haul wood.
The bottom of the drivers door is rust out ... and now the door won't close properly unless you push the back of the cab forward.
Tailgate works but is in rough shape. Tires are ... well not bald but okay.
Basically you are getting a good engine, tranny [stick shift 4 speed] 4x4 (that works great!) and chassis.
Sounds like I am trying NOT to sell it but just want you to know it is rough.
It could be easily driven but does need some TLC .. it is an old truck.
I put a clutch in last fall - and brakes a couple of years ago.
I have driven it probably less than 100 miles in the last couple of yrs, because my woods is only 1/4 mile away.
I would like to get an automatic wood hauler. My wife nor the grandkids can drive a stick!
Trade Only For Tractor or Truck or Car -- Generator 9 hp - 4600 Watts 110-240
2006 Ford 4x4 41,000 Miles - Really Nice!
Great Sears Suburban Riding Mower Runs Great!
The Sears is a solid mower.
Needs drive belt and coil [I think]. Has starter generator. Haven't started
it since last summer.
Engine solid, and everyting