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Huffman riding mower


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Old 02-15-2006, 11:16:37 AM
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Can anyone tell me the original colors for a mid-1960s Huffman riding mower?
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Default Re: Huffman riding mower

check over here.

http://sports.groups.yahoo.com/group/Huffymowers/

you have to join to see the pics but theres alot of good info there to.
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hello Leanard i had a huffy rideing mower one time. It had 8 HP briggs on it. Its color the body was yellow and the frame was black.it had no second gear because someone before me had broke it.so when i started off in third gear it use to lift the front wheels off the ground.How i remember is because when i got home from work and brought my lunch cooler and coffee thermos in the kitchen. and out to work on the little huffy, i heard a horrible scream and look up at the porch and seen my mad wife with my lunch cooler in her hand. Thats when i remember i put a giant gardner snake in it at lunch time. I never forget that yellow huffy riding mower. sorry for the long story butt thats all i can tell you. DAN still smileing
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