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NandoG
Just picked these up yesterday, it looks like the only thing missing are the covers on the decks and covers on the pullies on the engines. They also came with manuals. The PO never had the draw bar for them. I will be selling them if anybody is interested.
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blind_eagle
Cool, I had never seen an actual model from Simplicity before. I something very similar but homemade (by PO) using an International 60" deck with an 8hp Briggs mounted like the above... only difference being the decks above look 'reversed' as you would imagine them under a tractor, mine is pointed forward. If I can remember I'll post some pics later.

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B10Dave
:D Jace. It's only a 7 1/2 hr. drive from your place to where they are in PA. I drove 10 hrs. each way last weekend to pick up a 620 Allis. If you want something; distance ( within reason ) should be no object.^ B10Dave

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TimJr
Those are the nicest ones I have ever seen. I have come across 3 pairs of them over the years. All were pretty wasted and incorrect. Wrong engines, one had 1980's style decks under them, all cracked and welded up etc.. I wouldn't have a true need for them, so only good originals would interest me for the "collectible" end of things. The one set I saw was rigged up behind a Sunstar - it was too bad because it had the original hitch assemblies, but they were all hacked up to work on the larger Sunstar. Tim

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daninghram
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Originally posted by blind_eagle
Cool, I had never seen an actual model from Simplicity before. I something very similar but homemade (by PO) using an International 60" deck with an 8hp Briggs mounted like the above... only difference being the decks above look 'reversed' as you would imagine them under a tractor, mine is pointed forward. If I can remember I'll post some pics later.
they pull engine first

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