I recently acquired a strange snowblower from a friend of mine but I have no idea what brand it is all so know is it’s from the 1960s anyone have a clue
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No idea of the make, never seen one like it before, but it sure is a unique and interesting design.
Cool find, what are your plans for it?
I've seen one of those double chutes before; just need to remember where...Thanks I’m planning on getting it running and operating for a local tractor show but I’m worried because the carb is in very rough shape
Further down the Gilson site's page, there is a green ROTO-HOE with an almost identical bucket. A little Googlization of the internet suggests this was one of the larger Four Seasons models with multiple attachments. I see that Roto-Hoe had many sizes and variations of these machines over the years. This company made a bewildering number of models over the years. They seem to be marketed as Sno Densa-Thrower attachments.
Here's some images I found while searching. The third and fourth images are magnifications and a little blurry from the flash the seller used. This manual is currently on ebay.
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