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2008 New Holland T2320 270L Quick Attach Loader 4WD ( Denver)

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= REDUCED $10,300 US = 2008 New Holland T2320 w/270L Quick Attach Loader, 4WD, 81 hrs, hydrostatic drive, power steering, 3pt hitch PTO, R4 rubber, 45HP, 4cyl diesel, like new, always garaged. All original manuals.

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