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Old 07-30-2013, 09:08:10 PM
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Greetings !! This is my first post here. I'm looking forward to learning from the experience of all of you. I wanted to show y'all a cool item that I recently picked up at an estate sale. It's a 1975 BobCat push mower, model M21-HD5. I've seen a few posts here from guys that "used to own one, or had seen one" and how they were built like tanks. I just bought a "new" one, so to speak. It was purchased new, and before the old fella could use it, he died, and his widow just pushed it to the back of the garage. REALLY !!! Still has the screen grass catcher still in it's original BobCat box !!! The box was a little worse for wear, but hey, after all, it is 38 years old. I'll try and load pictures here. It has literally NEVER mowed a blade of grass !!! It's still new condition, with the Briggs 5Hp "tall-block" engine. I snatched it up for $175 !!! I don't know what they sold for new, but I'd bet it was a lot more than that !!
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Welcome to the stak. It can be a little trying to load pictures the first tjme But it gets easer. Bill K
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