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Picked this oufit up at an auction this weekend. Anyone seen a little cement mixer like this before? It has a little Jumbo engine on it. Very small unit and very light weight. must of been for doing little jobs. It is made to be pulled around by hand like an engine cart.

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Tom , You Have An Original Nelson Bros. Mixer. The Trucks Are Basically Identical For The 3-5 Hp Nelson Bros. Engines. I Noticed You Even Have An Original Remy Bros. Mag. On It . They Are Very Rare, Especially To Find One That Works. They Are Made Of Die Cast And Cannot Be Taken Apart. D. Babcock.
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Picked this oufit up at an auction this weekend. Anyone seen a little cement mixer like this before? It has a little Jumbo engine on it. Very small unit and very light weight. must of been for doing little jobs. It is made to be pulled around by hand like an engine cart.

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any casting no s on any parts. can you post a closer pic of the engine
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there are some more pics of it on the link in the first post

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