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I was wondering if someone could help me out. Last summer I recieved an old lawnmower from my brother because it didnt run. After getting it home I found a simplicity sticker on the fender behind the seat. The MFG. No.-990373, and I belive the serial no. was005825. The serial no. was almost worn off but I think that is it. I would like to know if anyone knows the year and model name .It has an eight-hrse motor,elec.start,amp meter,and it looks to be a 32'-36' deck.Any hints or info would be nice.

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