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Old 12-04-2017, 01:27:18 PM
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SweeT!... Never owned a Beemer but I've had friends that rode them a lot. I've owned several Triumphs from 1950 up to 1970, also had a Norton and a 69 650 BSA lightning and a 250 BSA, a Starfire I think, blue and white fiberglass gas tank... Just love them old scoots. I still have a box of Triumph bolts, nuts and small parts.

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Hi Wayne, that's a sears lawn tractor I believe from mid to late 1960's.
I sold a 64 model Sears Roper to a friend. It had the 10 Hp Tecumseh, high and low range gearbox. He has restored it and loves it. I have two Cub Cadets with the ten hp Tecumseh, one is a 68 model Hydrostatic Drive with the Generator starter system, runs good and the other is a 72 or so and it got burnt last year lightly when a storage building next to it burned. That garden tractor in the Pic does look like a Sears or a Montgomery Wards, can't tell.
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Looks good! a guy here in town has one with a side car - carries his dog all over the town, in it!
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