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so i found a guy selling a Bready Pow'r-ette $200 buck for the tractor, mower deck and snowplow. has a 6hp briggs on it. anyone have any ideas? worth 200, or more or less? its an hour away, wasnt sure if it was worth the drive. apparently has a crosley trans. thanks

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Is it a runner? Sure looks neat. I don't see many of the odd old brands popping up around here. If he's at $200, I'd at least be throwing an offer at him, to make up for the drive. I think you'd be able to cover your costs if you picked it up and decided it was a no-go for you.

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The front nose is solid cast iron. I'm not sure about this model, but I'm pretty sure its the same as my 600 where the front end is actually spring loaded on each spindle to absorb some of the road vibration so to speak. And yeah, the transmissions are Borg Warner T-92 three speeds. 3 forward, 1 reverse.

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