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I have had two. The first my Grandfather gave me was a j20 it wasa great truck but rusted away to nothing. The second I bought from a coworker was a quadratrac j10 in great shape. I got a guilt trip from family to sell it to my useless brother who didnt have a vehicle and had a newborn. I had four trucks at the time so I sold it to him cheap. He turned around and sold it within a couple of weeks for a nice profit and still had no vehicle, blew the money. Lesson learned I guess. I would love to have another. Theres an older farmer near Gate city Va. that has a super nice j20 I see occasionally but he's not interested in selling it.
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