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Opps !  How did that happen ? I was driving down the road and I found this in my trailer :)

 

Just bought another tractor. Allen Oxford Motostandard with finger bar mower and including a gen owners and parts manual.

Everything works great and the only missing thing is one front indicator lens is missing .

Now need some long grass to mow .

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I am guessing around 50s but maybe someone could tell me its year? 

Cutter dose work well . I tryed it on very short grass and it still cuts .

 

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Very nice machine, I noticed it on the bay and was tempted but didn't need another, I thought it was a very good price though. Do you not find you need the front weight?

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No sign of any Date plate under the rear hitch . I will keep investigating.

I didn,t know if the Manuel has any real value or whether its just a nice thing to have. It has a original sales  leaflet as well . Some of the data is definitely interesting. 

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Manual may not be worth anything much, but worth keeping. As is the sales leaflet. Those front indicator lens look the same as Land Rover and real Mini ones. Pity your not up this way. I've several.

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2 hours ago, 4x4forks said:

No sign of any Date plate under the rear hitch . I will keep investigating.

I didn,t know if the Manuel has any real value or whether its just a nice thing to have. It has a original sales  leaflet as well . Some of the data is definitely interesting. 

 

Any literature of this sort is always worth keeping especially if you have the machine to go with it

 

I've seen manuals for these on the bay go for reasonable money...

 

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Just had a go with it as a hedge cutter in the upright position, works quite well but would be better on my Gutbrod 1032 with the reduction hubs in to slow down forward speed and increase blade speed 

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