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#1 boyscout862 ONLINE  

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Posted December 31, 2012 - 02:55 PM

This isn't even close to me. I thought that someone may be interested. http://newhaven.crai...3505194170.html

 

1. Wheel Horse Tractor $600,00;
2. Wisconsin engine 8 horse runs excellent $175.00;
3. Wisconsin engine Model TF twin 20 horse $650.00;
4. 1926 Coldwell Mower w/ Fuller & Johnson engine just restored $800.00;
5. 1947 Bolens Husky Walk Behind Tractor w/ many attachments $350.00;
6. Two Clinton 3.5 horsepower gear reduction both run excellent $150.00 each;
7. Briggs Model FH $250.00;
8. 1929 Maytag Single $200.00;
9. 1947 Maytag Twin $250.00;
10. 1947 Diston Chainsaw $100.00;
11. 1935 Fairbanks Z engine Style D on cart runs excellent $500.00;
12. New Way Engine 5 horse $500.00;
13. Kohler 4 horsepower smokes $100.00;
14. Briggs 3.5 horsepower $150.00;
15. Briggs 5.0 horsepower $100.00;
16. Two Briggs 6 S Engines $85.00 each;
17. Gear Box from driveway roller $50.00;
18. Briggs 9.0 horsepower cast iron block gear reduction $250.00;
19. Ariens Snow Blower runs & works $250.00.
 

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Edited by boyscout862, December 31, 2012 - 02:59 PM.


#2 Titus ONLINE  

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Posted December 31, 2012 - 04:30 PM

With prices like that, you'd think they'd post more than one photo.



#3 MailmAn OFFLINE  

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Posted January 01, 2013 - 12:03 PM

With prices like that, you'd think they'd post more than one photo.

 

Yeah, I know, right?  Plus, I'd assume a lot of these aren't really what I'd call "antique", at least not yet anyways...  Yeah, the 1920's-1940's engines are pretty old, but I wouldn't exactly call 1970's-1980's engines antique...  or try to command top dollar for them!  I paid $150 for my Ariens snowblower 3 years ago and it ran great when I bought it and it even came with electric start on it that worked great.  IDK what Ariens he has that he thinks is worth $250?  Although I do like them myself...

 

I could actually use a B&S 5HP engine for my MacKissic shredder, but I don't want to pay $100 for one or travel to CT to pick it up for that kind of money...


Edited by MailmAn, January 01, 2013 - 12:04 PM.





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