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A few of my restored Howard's.

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Forgive my ignorance of the Howards range, but what is the model and year of the one in the 3rd image?. I like it and recognise it from many years ago.

The 3rd image is a 1968 kohler engined gem

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Like your briggs engined 350 or is it a 300...Gareth....will have to track one .....they are a good seller and over here they sell fast on the odd occasion they come up for sale.

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Like your briggs engined 350 or is it a 300...Gareth....will have to track one .....they are a good seller and over here they sell fast on the odd occasion they come up for sale.

Hi pat its a 300, a first year of production machine, no575.

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Very nice collection! Makes me want to restore my howard rotovator, they are really great rotovators.

Tom

Thanks for the compliment, re yours,I'd say go for it then. The small ones are quite easy, but due to the shear size and the fact most have been worked to death, a gem takes a long time to do.

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