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Click each of the pictures below to see an unusual close-up of Robert Greene using his 1966 Landlord 101, and read his story below.
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My Dad purchased this used (2nd owner) in about '69. Over the years, it's had several different attachments, including blower and cab, blade, roto-tiller and so on.  

I use it mostly for the mower, and for general yard work with a home made 2 wheel trailer, and, as the photos show, cutting wood.  The cordwood saw is a Sears - I have no information about it (would like some!)   I cut about 5 cords a year - use wood as secondary heat here in Maine. 

Tractor itself is in pretty good shape - deck needs some work on the belt tension idler. Seems it must be an early model - doesn't have a fancy spring arrangement - just a bolt thru the deck that is rusted in place.  

The mower regularly cuts about 2-3 acres of uneven, rocky "Lawn".  Go thru blades at a pretty good clip - one set lasts about 2 years!  Have replaced one of the mower spindle hubs - probably due for another as part of a winter overhaul. 





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