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Pre- Bantam success, More “Standard” mowers.


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#1 GardnMastr OFFLINE  

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Posted August 04, 2018 - 05:53 PM

Reference my previous Pre Bantam topic to make sense of this. “Voila”, Ask and ye shall receive. Guess what I found today and took pictures of, The Gravestone Mower. 9C654021-6F27-4082-9659-3860F6C16AB3.jpeg 31A1AF90-3F08-435D-8835-6C3B5C746C99.jpeg 1A279E80-813F-4DA2-A6D5-45F325C6A42C.jpeg C65C4205-9DF9-44D0-9E78-4A826E22278F.jpeg 17EFDDFF-67CB-40E7-8FEF-C42A3961B2AF.jpeg 04F7AFA1-084F-4E57-8C06-90EEFC085F69.jpeg DE30AE0E-3BF4-4B84-8B39-186D1C40AE65.jpeg I let him know he should own mine or I should own his. I informed him of what it is. The leaning front aluminum wheels were to pull the grass away from the stone and force it under the mower to be cut. I think 1948 technology.
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Posted August 05, 2018 - 04:44 AM

Looks like a hauteur hayrette? Anyone

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Posted August 05, 2018 - 09:19 AM

Looks like a hauteur hayrette? Anyone

 

Probably can't prove it by anyone in the states. Never heard of that over here.


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Posted August 05, 2018 - 12:44 PM

Probably can't prove it by anyone in the states. Never heard of that over here.


Ok, what I was thinking of was a hatter hayrette, a vintage one, not as old as that one though

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