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    Exclamation Fifty year old manure spreader $1

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    Fifty-year old manure spreader. Not sure of brand. Said to have been produced in Kenya. Used for a few years in indonesia before being smuggled into the US via Hawaii. Of questionable pedigree. Does not appear to have ever been worked hard. Apparenly, it was pampered by various owners over the years. It doesn't work very often, but when it does it can really sling the S--- for amazing distances. I am hoping to retire the manure spreader this November.

    I really don't want it hanging around and getting in the way. I would prefer a foreign buyer to relocate the manure spreader out of the country. I would be willing to trade for a nicely framed copy of the United States Constitution.

    Location: Currently being stored in a big white house in DC.

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    I don't know who the hell would want that piece of junk...the cost of maintenence alone would bankrupt you. It may be like new as its never worked but once that thing has attached it's self to you yer stuck with it forever. Besides, they stopped making parts for it just after its very short production run as it didn't have a warranty that the factory honored, wasn't a popular model and there are many other much improved models since it's production ended. Do you have all the factory recall records on this particular model?
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    Don't buy it, the switch is broken, you can't turn it off.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Forkin' Crazy View Post
    Location Wash DC

    Fifty-year old manure spreader. Not sure of brand. Said to have been produced in Kenya. Used for a few years in indonesia before being smuggled into the US via Hawaii. Of questionable pedigree. Does not appear to have ever been worked hard. Apparenly, it was pampered by various owners over the years. It doesn't work very often, but when it does it can really sling the S--- for amazing distances. I am hoping to retire the manure spreader this November.

    I really don't want it hanging around and getting in the way. I would prefer a foreign buyer to relocate the manure spreader out of the country. I would be willing to trade for a nicely framed copy of the United States Constitution.

    Location: Currently being stored in a big white house in DC.


    Q: What is the difference between YOUR spreader any mine???

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    A: I know the exact origin of mine so that I can get parts when it breaks down...
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