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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by huffymowers, Mar 15, 2004.
Here are some pictures of my Huffy:blob3:
wow that thing is awsome!!!!! It stripes very nice
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Neat old mowers. However, I thought you might have some "really old" Huffys here. I have a 1953 Huffy, 18", push mower. My grandfather bought it new, then my Dad got it, and finally I got it in 1986. I used it until about 1995, then put it in the shed. I need to get it running again just for fun. Right now, it is not making any spark.
Those Huffys were great old mowers.