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I have to give proper credit where it's due. Could be me someday.

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Looks like those old timey cow-catchers from 19th century steam locomotoves. In this case, good for pushing a little snow (or the occasional errant kitten) out of the way..
 

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Needs snow tires on the walker. And heated hand grips.
 

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cleverly photoshopped! ;)

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Probably is. Got it through one of those forwarded, forwarded, forwards from my neighbor. Still, it could be me someday.:p

its the proto type, the real ones will be made of aluminum :D
You're on to something there. With curled edges on the outside like on the D.O.T. trucks!:p

Looks like those old timey cow-catchers from 19th century steam locomotoves. In this case, good for pushing a little snow (or the occasional errant kitten) out of the way..
Just as long as no animals are harmed in the process...;)

Needs snow tires on the walker. And heated hand grips.
I think you're right. This might be the prototype like detdrbuzzard said. Actual production models might have those features as well.;)

Sent the pic to my dad, he's 81. Told him now is the time to give me your '67 Ariens. He was not amused....
Gee, I can't imagine why he wasn't.:rolleyes:
 

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Sent the pic to my dad, he's 81. Told him now is the time to give me your '67 Ariens. He was not amused....
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Gee, I can't imagine why he wasn't.:rolleyes:
I go thru life making people make what I call "The Face". (I have a long string of Exes who can attest to that..)
 

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I just received it in an email, and thought it worth posting again, especially since I'm approaching that age myself.:cool:
 

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That's one of those fancy divining rods that you use to search for snow. And look he found some!
 

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That's one of those fancy divining rods that you use to search for snow. And look he found some!
...and here I thought it was for clearing snow!:D Well son of a gun, it obviously works quite well.
 

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If you ask me since I am in this category but not for age though I still would stick to my sulky.:)
 

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Are tire chains an option for better traction in drifts :confused::confused:
 
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