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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by GLS, Nov 15, 2001.
Thats pretty cool!!!
What'd you pay for your Duke Power toy??? Looks like it could be a nice ride for around the home so that your not burning up all that extra fuel.
Would make a great restoration job.
actually its not mine I just ran across it and thought it was kinda funny. I wish they had more info on it. I can't believe it can power a tiller and all that!
co0- el ! wonder when this joker was made? next we'll see an electric backpack from the 60's Daveg
Well, time to come clean. My father actually bought one of these. Somewhere around 1974-75 I think. It actually did a good job cutting grass, plowing snow, and pulling a small cart around.
It was definately homeowner only stuff though.
I work for GE full time, mow Lawns part time the tractor was
taken over by Wheel horse in the 70's. But with Cheap gas tractors hard to justify the expense of batteries. We make rotary
switches if you turned on an elec appliance it was our switch
The deck looked interesting lots of other parts. ED
Talk about a "DieHard"!:blob4: