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  • Holy Cow........Talk About a Nightmare to Steer

    Here's a fun thing to putt around in, but can you imagine steering it?
    It needs a heavy duty front end and power steering because that Delco weighs 425 pounds.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/122688535185?ul_noapp=true

    Delco Mower.jpg

  • #2
    Tom at least you don't need to buy that, you already have all the parts !! Mower plus a portable power plant
    Model A's and of course the famous AA's

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    • Mitch
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      Another road trip

  • #3
    I saw a pic of a HUGE Touring Car, with TANDEM Front Axles !! They said they also offered TANDEM rears!!
    Can you IMAGINE steering thet thing? Or settin' the TOE-INS, with a CURTAIN ROD!
    Can Mitchs' NEW DANGLED front end rack handle it???
    SA KDad

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