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Since we are on lawn mowers , here is my Classic 72 Craftsman Suburban SS15 with a 16 engine and duallies , I got 6 three point hitch attachments and the belly mower deck for it , it also has a mule drive aux on the front for a snow blower and such ---- it is a brute , the transmission is 8 speed and holds 8 quarts of oil
 

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Trade'ja fishfiles..? I think you've seen this one already... my 1968 Sears Super 12, pic taken shortly after I got it. The seat was recovered and its a kick-butt lil' workhorse!

EDIT: It came with the optional dozer blade attachment too.
That's nice , they are powerful little tractors . I know I must have mentioned to you about Vintage Lawn Tractors site
 

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What the heck...here is a real Indian... motorcycle :|
Port Elgin, Ontario back in 96.

That is a bad ass Indian 4 cyclinder -------------- I was watching the American Pickers last night and there was one looked like it , it was made into a mini model by a guy , looked very nicely done , never seen the end on how much it was going for
 

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Picked this '74 Honda CB360 a couple days ago. I'm constantly looking for 350D's, so I see a lot of the CB350's in my searches. I never really wanted a motorcycle before they were constantly in my face. Something about these 70's models I really like.

Got it for $300 with a title but I think it's locked up. Need to get an impact screwdriver. Can you believe they used JIS/phillips head screws for nearly all the case covers? First upgrade it will be getting is replacement hex head bolts.
 

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