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BOBCAT North of Boston

If I only had the space and a longer drive I'd pick this up and restore it.

Thought I would share the listing. I used one of these (it was bright orange!) years ago, it belonged to a friend, and I always liked it for performance and originality. Still do !

https://boston.craigslist.org/nos/grd/4888245935.html

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I'm buying lottery tickets in the hope of being able to purchase this: Vohl Snowblower Highway version
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There is a cool roto- hoe in north reading. Same as bob-cat.

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Thanks for sharing The 8 hp is the biggest model according to the manual, which I now have. I picked up a 4 hp (1964}thinking it was a 5hp because the guy I bought it from also thought it was. He also told me he had the next size larger that he was using, which I think he thought was more than 5 HP. Anyway I'm glad I've got the 4hp. It only has 2 speeds( forward- neutral - reverse) , kinda of a "model T "snowblower Easy to crank.
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Wow, that Vohl! I'd think one of the metro towns would be all over this.
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