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Central Park by AYP (American Yard Products)----

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I saw an older 1970's?? Central Park riding mower last week. Thought those were weasily tractors but started looking at it-- had an 18 HP Briggs 2 cylinder/ 4 speed cast iron Peerless transaxle/ on the hood it said "It would accept ground engaging attachments". / also had wheel weights. I did not get a model number. (Had the red hood w/ white plastic grille and round headlights). Just curious about it. Price seemed right....Anyone have any info/ opinions on these??

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I'm not familiar with that version but the Central Parks (marketed through Central Hardware) are fairly unique the the St.Louis area. I think some of them might have also been made by MTD or Noma.

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