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Vintage Simplicity... Now this is tempting !!!


Simplicity Sno-Away Snowblower, 70s era, single stage, includes push blade and chains.

Actually, it's a model W from 1967-1969.
The last of their long production of walk behind tractors.

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What a beast. Wonder if there are any other attachments still available for it? Looks to be in excellent condition.

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Reminds me of the David Bradley. This type goes back to the 40s, maybe even to the 30s.

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1995 Murray Craftsman 10hp, 29" w. 12" impeller
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Sure wish this was closer to me, I would have to have that. I owned one a few years back and I put a Sulky on it and would ride it around the neighborhood and turn a few heads. Only attachment I had was the push blade, would have loved to have the snowblower.
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"When I no longer thrill to the first snow i'll know i've grown old"
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I bought one of these in the fall of 2014 as a project. The attraction, besides the tractor, was the chop saw. I haven't used it as I'm not sure of the integrity of the teeth.
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Can you say TRACTION?
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The wheel weights remind me of Air-cooled VW flywheels.
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