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'64 Landlord runs again after 16 years

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:DDe-lurking for a while to let you all know My Grandfather purchased a 1964 landlord after his first heart attack, we ran it to mow lawns, roto-til, and haul things until 1987 or so, the tiller got replaced by a walk behind and so did the mower, well for the first time in 16 years, with some TLC and a cleaned up carb, I drove it around my yard with a big smile on my face. It does need an air filter and Muffler, but other than that runs like it did when we put it away . Next project will be to get the Muffer replaced(currently only had the pipe sticking out). I have to say without this site and forums I wouldn't have been able to do it, this is just such a wealth of info. Thanks Richard '64 Landlord (work in progress)

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Good for you! Welcome to the club. I just re-did a 2010, same as my Grandfather had. Brought back a lot of old memories for the whole family. :D You are lucky to have his original iron- wish I had my Grandfathers. Restore it, cherish it, and keep us posted!:D

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