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MY TWO CENTS: John, your best bet would probably be to pick up a junker Broadmoor and get the parts off that. I was going to do the same thing you want to do with my 707 and by the time I figured in everything(starter/generator, brackets, engine pulley, belt, battery box, wiring harness, starter button, battery cables) I was better off buying the parts tractor for $100.00. I got all the parts I needed for the conversion plus extra parts I ended up needing. Junk Broadmoors are usually pretty easy to find too. Check out the classifieds here, you may get lucky. Good luck!:D

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I have two in the back yard, I'll get back to you with the numbers.... BRB!! OK, the Standard is a 990287, the Deluxe is a 990288, and w/Electric Start is a 990303. One of them doesn't even list the electric start option, possibly wasn't offered yet when it was made and that one doesn't even have a Serial # stamped into the decal. The other lists the start option and is Serial# 009750. Unfortunately both are recoil starters.... Sorry, hope the model numbers help out though....

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