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Got it all done and painted, so here are the photos. You can see the NOS gas cap and oil fill cap. I was able to duplicate the original grass deflector wing nut with one from an auto air cleaner. I am particular on the small details. :D Until I find an original shroud, the one from a key-lectric actually makes a decent fit....just had to cut a small hole for the recoil start. Next will come fixing up the 1970 model 20555 self-propelled that my wife likes. I will probably convert that to non-self-propelled like the model 19333. I got a blade retainer for the swap and a deck if the guy will ship it and then the self-propelled deck and all hardware will be up for grabs....and it's all in perfect shape. Will post photos of that in a couple of weeks.

















 

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Very, very nice!

It's the little details that make something into a great restoration.

I sure wouldn't mind having one like this for myself :cool
 

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What a unique littlle mower! That is really cool, I like the design of it. I can't say that I've seen a twin of it either.

Great job on the refurbishment!
 
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