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Neat old Ariens tractor commercial from the 70s

Saw this on the Ariens facebook page today, thought it was a neat clever commercial.

https://www.facebook.com/Ariens/vide...4383499406279/
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I saw this yesterday... definately a cool piece

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Cool commercial definitely reflective of the times. Forty four years ago a piece of advertising history at this point.

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WHY I HATE Facebook!!!! I watched that commercial and the minute you click on it comes the sign-up/log in thing and has a not now thing on there also. so I clicked on that thinking the stupid banner would go away. but nooooooooooo it takes up most of the bottom of the screen. soooooooooooooo FREAKING STUPID!!!!!!!!

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Cool little commercial. I like how the mower was shaft driven, no belts. That was quality. Also even though that commercial was from 1973, if I did not know that, I would have guessed that tractor was from the 80's, 90's or 2000's. It had a modern look. Its design was ahead of its time.
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wonder if they had any commercials for snowblowers...


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I like the fact that for ease of attachment the deck was a drive over and secondly that it's built strong enough that it can be driven over !!
I have to pull my Craftsman's deck often to scrape it and it's a pain in the rear to slide it out and then slide it back in. It can't be driven over because it has pulleys and attachments in the way and it would likely crush it too since the metal is pretty marginal.

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I like the fact that for ease of attachment the deck was a drive over and secondly that it's built strong enough that it can be driven over !!
I have to pull my Craftsman's deck often to scrape it and it's a pain in the rear to slide it out and then slide it back in. It can't be driven over because it has pulleys and attachments in the way and it would likely crush it too since the metal is pretty marginal.
When I saw the JD commercial of the "drive over" deck I thought they were the first to come up with it.....

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