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Looking for a good home for someone that wants an old workhorse. This came with the house about 5 years ago and wasn't running. I wanted to make sure it didn't go in a trash heap so I got it running again (cleaned the carb, drained old crappy gas). The previous owner had gotten the whole thing painted and in the process the control setup over the carb got painted so stiff it didn't move. One of the rivets is a little worse for wear to loosen it up but works fine now. Worst case this needs replacement but it's easy to find (and I imagine can also just be re-rivited).
The previous owner also did something ?reinforcement? where the handlebars meet the tractor.

As of now it runs well.
This is a 10,000 series from 1964 from the reading I have done (note the split teardrop shape)
It's a 10ml60d

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Good Solid Machine, BUT....I highly doubt you'll get 200 from anyone here. GLWS
 

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I wish I needed a new snow blower. I'm in the area. Lots of worse things to drop 200 on !
 

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Single control to turn augers and drive on, plus sides of bucket were still optional, I know theirs a debate over if these are 10,000 series, but as far as controls and features its definitely more of a first series. Stuff that really becsme standard on official 10,000 series were one solid piece bucket and the two handles to turn augers and drive on seperately.
 
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