Arithmetic Progressions and Palindromes

An arithmetic progression 2, 5, 8 . . . has
the 54th term of 262. The sum of all 54 terms is 6996. Both the term
and the sum of terms are palindromes. Is there another AP whose first
term and difference are both single digits, with both the nth term and
the sum of n terms being palindromes, where n is not less than 50, the
sum isn't greater than 30000, and the difference between successive
terms is greater than 1? |

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