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B 10 NO SEAIL NUMBER

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CAN ANYONE TELL ME HOW TO TELL IS THERE A WAY TO TELL THE YEAR OF AN A/C B10. THAT YOU CANT READ THE TAG.

IT HAS BUMBLE BEE DECALS BUT HAS A BRIGGS 23D MODEL ENGINE

PLEAS LET ME KNOW

THANKS ED

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Ed; looking at your pics I think that your engine looks original which would make it an early B10 around 63 or 64. The hood may have been changed or the wrong decals applied. The serial numbers on Allis/Simplicity were never a good indicator of age  as model changes could come at any point in the year and sometimes new and older models were selling at the same time.Briggs however, did date their engines by serial number and the 23D is consistent with an early B10. Hope that helps.

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I agree with Dave, early with a newer hood. Is the transmission and bgb also yellow? The serial number decal is also the early version. 

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