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I think it would be a big mistake to not buy it for that kind of money. Gravely made high quality stuff and that one is going cheap.
 

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Seems worth the money. Don't see women interested in lawn equipment very often. I'd snag her for a date of she doesn't look like Roseanne Barr.
 

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I've got no spare money right now, but I don't mind spending money to make money, this would be a flip. Is there a good market for these things? Granted the season is just about over for this, the last rider I flipped took 2 weeks to sell, where as the others I've listed sold the same weekend.
 

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I like them for their uniqueness and heavy construction.
Be advised, repairs ( if necessary) to that shuttle shift transaxle are not for the uninitiated.
"Richards" in W.V. is the parts source
 

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Those who know Gravely appreciate them much like those aquainted with Ingersoll. They aren't as popular as Cub or JD in my region; But they can bring decent money.
 

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They are stout tractors. They have a lower center of gravity, due to the rear mount engine, and are said to do very well in hilly country. (Don't have any hills around here on the coast of NC).
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