Talk about an oldie with low hours on it, check out this story -- plus how easy it was to revive it....
Here's a picture of my
Big Ten which I just got running after being parked for 25 years. My father
bought it used in 1970, we used it to cut the grass for 1 season, then moved to
suburbia where it sat unused except for plowing snow a couple times in the mid
70's. Getting it running really only consisted of rebuilding the carb, cleaning
the fuel tank, putting in a battery and firing it up. Now the big question is,
do I leave it alone and put it to work as is? Or should I restore it to factory
fresh, and put it to work?
Regardless, I would love to see its picture in the gallery.