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"Trackless" Train
I hate to sell it, but we've been forced to look for a new home for this "trackless" train. I fell in love with the train the moment I first saw it being used at a friend's petting zoo business, and we later bought it to use at our on-farm agro-tourism business.
  Because business has been slow,we are reluctantly putting the train up for sale. We were only able to use the train occasionally in the three years we've owned it, so it's in excellent condition.
  The quality of the train sets it apart from other rigs made of wood or cut out of metal or plastic barrels. It's easy-to-clean, made from molded, heavy-duty fiberglass, and the three covered cars are large enough to seat 12 adults comfortably. A 6-speed, 18 1/2 hp Sears Craftsman lawn tractor under the white engine, comes with a bell and pulls the train easily on asphalt and gravel.
  The cars are yellow and blue, and the caboose is red, with painted detailing. There's plenty of room to add business logos and other information, which would make the train a good promotional tool that could be used in parades to promote a business.
  We're asking $9,500 for the train. (Sandy Kendall, 1645 Lake Lucy Road, Excelsior, Minn. 553331 ph 952 470-1175; sandy@kendallvillefarm.com)

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2007 - Volume #31, Issue #5