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I was curious if anyone else has ever seen a Montgomery Wards Squire 6. Today I stopped by a gentleman's house and saw that he told me he had a simplicity made montgomery wards. Took me out to a shed and sitting right next to a beaver was a Montgomery Wards Squire six it even runs. I didn't even know they made such a thing. Benjamin
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How about this under simpletractors drop down; http://www.simpletractors.com/wards_1962/lawn_trac.htm http://www.simpletractors.com/wards_1962/squire.htm
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Neither of those are the tractor. It looks the same as a Broadmoore and I saw no sign of it being repainted. It had the rims that you use three bolts to hold them on. Benjamin
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What was the color? my MW gardenmark squire is simplicity orange, however, I have seen newer Wards tractors that were gold. jh
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The color is the gold like the squire nine that is in pieces in my garage. This is the closest matching pictureI found on the site(Simplicity 5010) . It has the narrow and tall tires on the back, but the deck in the second picture doesn't match the one on the squire. Benjamin




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If you can find a serial # on it, if it's Simplicity built I believe they start with sim., if Gilson built I know they start with gil.
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I have seen a gold Montgomery Wards 6hp before - just like the standard 6hp Broadmoor from 1963-1965. They had the smaller tires than the Deluxe version. Not sure if Wards got a deluxe version also. Probably pretty rare, at least compared to the orange Simplicity version. Tim
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