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Been a short time member now trying to get info on my newly aquired 'toy', a 1947 Ellinwood walkbehind with a Lauson power, it came with plow discs and forks and a dump bed seated trailer. I go to estate and yard sales for many years and bought every old iron I could find. So far that has been a total of two, both within the last year. My area isn't too big on farm equipment (google earth 91724 and you'll see why) so I'm guessing any old timer that had any kind of implement is now passin on and it's my turn to carry the torch. Don't really have the room or the need for any of this but I can't see it turning to scrap. I always wanted a tractor but no room to run it. I usually rehab old woodworking tools, them I can restore and use. My only plan is to get it running and wait for the next local Christmas parade. I can guarantee that no one around here has seen one of these before. Nice to be here.
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Welcome to the stak. Enjoy. Bill K
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