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2006 John Deere 4x4 Diesel Gator HPX

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2006 John Deere 4x4 Diesel Gator HPX with 279 HOURS on it. Very good condition. This Gator Has a glass enclosed cab with windshield wipers and heater. It has spot lights mounted on top and a locking tool box on the bed. This is a manual lift bed. It is 4 wheel drive with locking differential. A complete joy on those windy cold rainy days. on warmer days the front window opens and locks to get a nice cool breeze in the cab. !!! contact me at [email protected] !!!

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