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JohnMickish

1998 Honda 8 HP 4 stroke tiller *DELETED* Sold

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Fellas, she goes on Ebay after tomorrow so don't let this slip away. The price on tillers will only go up from here for the next few months you know.

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So how much for it???

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Is this motor still for sale?

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Yes it is but if you want it you better hurry as it will be sold on Ebay by tomorrow evening. I don't care if I sell it here or there, it's gotta go.


what is the ebay listing #???

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