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Got a tip on where a cub sets in the field, Engine stuck, No hood and don't know what other parts are missing Wants $100. is it worth it?
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I paid $150 for a crispy critter out of a barn fire.
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It's worth it, especially if you have another one that might need parts someday. I gave $102 for a crispy critter, and have probalby used, traded, or given to friends parts that would have cost 3 or 4 hundred at a slavage yard.
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