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Check out this VERY clean tractor, belonging to Randy Tracey (Tacey) ...


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Randy says: "The Rig."  How about that rear weight?  Take two old leather belts and strap 'em on.  I am looking for old wheel weights.  Now snow this year anyways...


Front view.  I bought the thrower for $150 from a local dealer.  New bearings, paint and she's ready to work.

Sets pretty clean, don't she?


That's an aftermarket dump cart.  Dealer had 'em on sale for $115.00

Control panel.


The deck.  Painted it with "POR-15" then "Hard Nose" paint.  Pretty solid. The whole lineup...

The tractor is a Broadmoor II 6011, MFR No 1690347. It is a 11 HP Briggs single cylinder, 3-speed, with a 42" mowing deck.  I bought it as you see it, except for a little paint, from the original owner.  I have less than $1,000 invested in the whole thing, including all the attachments, any parts and repairs, any painting, and even including tire chains.  Not bad, considering I almost bought a new Deere Spin Steer for 5 grand (would not have had the thrower or cart, either.)  Plus, the Simplicity has much better quality of cut.

I couldn't resist throwing in a picture of the ol' F-100 (1980).  Guess I just like old iron; or maybe just like cheap stuff.




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