View Full Version : 48" Bobcat, BCS Tiller & more for sale...

05-17-2009, 12:26 PM
I am selling some old equipment I have to raise money to help my son with special needs... I have the following ready now with more coming..

48" Bobcat Walk Behind. 14 hp Kawasaki Runs & cuts well $1350.

BCS Harvester-Plus Commercial Rototiller. 26" width, 9hp B&S Vangard $1100.

Lawnboy model #6211 Walk behind 21" Push Rear bagger (OMC, 2-cycle)
starts right up but I havent used it. $200.

Ariens high wheel trimmer 6hp Tecumseh. used once $225.

52" Great Dane Chariot (my own personal mower, never used commercially)
25hp Kawasaki. Only about 170 hrs. $4200.

I'll have a dual axle H&H Trailer coming soon as well as a Barreto 13hp Tiller & more as I get a chance to get through all this stuff.

I'm new here so you probably can't PM me yet but I can be reached at 631-714-9727 to answer any questions or set up a demo.

Thanks for letting me post as this is a great website!!

Rob Lombardi,
Bayport, (Long Island) NY

05-17-2009, 01:59 PM
Can you ship the BCS tiller?

05-17-2009, 03:26 PM
I probably could if I put it on a pallet but I imagine it would probably be pretty costlyto ship. I don't know the exact weight but you could probably get a close weight from the BCS website. I wouldn't know who to make arrangements with but if it just needed to bee attached to a pallet & dropped at a local terminal I don't think it would be too bad.

Thanks for your interest.


05-18-2009, 07:46 PM
can you post pics of the bobcat...

05-18-2009, 08:40 PM
I'll give it a try. I'm not too good with posting pics so if it doesn't work you can e-mail me at sc105b@gmail.com and I'll get my wife to help me with it later this evening or tomorrow.


06-15-2009, 10:01 PM
is this the one on craigslist

06-16-2009, 06:34 AM
yes it is, if you'd like to see it just give me a call at 631-714-9727.

I'll be home after 3pm.

Thanks, Rob..

06-16-2009, 03:35 PM
arent you a dealer? also thats a pretty shytty paint job there not going to lie

06-16-2009, 06:56 PM
Is the lawnboy a commercial model? When you say it you have not used it do you mean that it is new?

06-16-2009, 10:03 PM
Metro, the Lawnboy was an older commercial model (around 84 I think, not too common with the rear bagger back then) but it sold the other day.

As for the gentlemen with the other comment no sir I am not at all a dealer.
But 2 of the 4 mowers I had did end up in NJ. This just happens to be the last one I have.

I am selling some machines I had from my old landscaping business of many years ago as well as some machines I had when I owned some larger property in Illinois.

I am selling these machines to raise money to help my son with special needs as I'm building a classroom to home school him and living in NY is crushing us.

I just quickly cleaned off the " stuff "that was on there and sprayed some paint on it to protect it. Nothing fancy at all but if you're overly concerned about pretty stuff than this stuff is not for you, probably best to go to a dealer for some new stuff that looks nice. I'm more concerned about machines that will get the job done.

Thank you to all for your interest, it is sincerly appreciated.


06-16-2009, 10:33 PM
sorry man didnt know.....I can somewhat relate to you in that my youngest brother is deaf....again sorry and good luck with your sales

06-17-2009, 06:37 AM
no worries at all. my brother in law lives with us and he also is deaf which can be a challenge but he's a wonderful uncle to my little guy.

Thanks again guys..

06-17-2009, 07:14 PM
Metro, the Lawnboy was an older commercial model (around 84 I think, not too common with the rear bagger back then) but it sold the other day.
Man every time I find a two stroke 21 it is gone before I get to it. I would have came right over and bought it if you still had it. Good luck selling the rest to the stuff.

06-17-2009, 09:09 PM
not much better at cutting grass than an old OMC built Lawn-Boy...

still have an old 76 or so model that I keep for trimming around the yard..

back when I was 13 (40 now..) I beat the garbage man to an old Lawnboy "Brick-top" by the curb..

and a business began....

if I see any around I'll let you know...