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Hi, I am thinking of picking up a used 755 for $250. Never heard of this brand but, after reading some reviews I am interested. Just want your
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The blowers built in the 70's and 80's had a very good reputation. The tractors of the 60's were also excellent. The gearbox on this one looks very robust. If the engine is good I think it's a keeper and should last a very long time. I don't know anything about the later models.
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Some Simplicity's are the best made but all are well built as this one is however $250 is too much, it's too old. $150 is better, tops, unless it has new everything.
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I've been on the lookout around here for an 800 series needing some repair. I like the heavy duty look of the handle bars. This is and 860 on Craigs around here with no engine.


Make sure the windows are up before the snow plow goes by !!
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Thanks do you have any idea when this model was made? The owner got it from his neighbor .
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It has a new carb.
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I'm not up on them (yet). Might try getting the numbers off it and plugging them in here - - > https://www.simplicitymfg.com/na/en_...t/manuals.html

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Thanks, waiting for him to sent the serial and model numbers off the machine.
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John

Here's a much better deal for you if you are willing to spend $700, or whatever you can get it for. Very Easy fixes.

https://longisland.craigslist.org/grd/5948216234.html
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It is a 1995 model. I'll try to get it for $200 if it runs good. Any quick points to check when I go to see it tomorrow? Thanks again for the help.
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