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1961 Simplicity Sno Away vs 6" heavy snow

After a good cleaning, new plug, belts, oil, grease, and some carb work, the old girl was ready to do battle with 6" of heavy, wet snow. Remember, she still has her original 3.5 hp Tecumseh.

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Nice job GSM!!! Those old H35s are great little engines!


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nice job gsm!!! Those old h35s are great little engines!
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