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Pushing Rusty Tin !....do I want to?

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Just when I increase my workshop space by 40% shifting a W'Horse n Deck, Roly leaves me these- 

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The Maxees is a 14", possibly a Mk2. pretty common, but the serial stamps are clear for I.D-ing.   No idea of the make of other one and has a 7. 3/4" cut width. Poss 20-30s.

 

Not a machine, but this will jog a few memories from up to the 60s-

 

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   I remember Aladdin Pink paraffin. There was a couple of those cans in my late uncles garage, plus a Castrol oil cabinet and various oil cans etc. when my father and I cleared it out. I say cleared out. We got as much as we could into a pickup and cattle trailer as we could, but a lot of stuff we had to leave behind.  

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That look's in reasonable nick Chris. I remember my Dad keeping his paraffin in a real nice galvanised 2 Gall can with the brass lever-lock cap and chain. Don't know what happened to it.

Going to move the mowers on.......need the space.  

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