I've been tasked with clearing out some old sheds and one contains
half a dozen old mowers, two of them look interesting they are Dennis
30" cylinder mowers with large side valve engines and aluminium grass
boxes, like I used to see on cricket pitch maintenance, are they at
all sought after, seems a shame to scrap them.
Crappy website with no contact details. At least it looks like they
are collectibles, not interested in selling as I would have to account
for the sale and I've been told to dispose of them so a charitable
donation is more appropriate.
I'll have a bash at starting them and take some photos.
On Saturday, 20 February 2016 22:05:11 UTC, email@example.com wrote:
Of course there are buyers for that old stuff. From the description they might date as far back as 1922.
You could Ebay them. You'll get a better price if you arrange a courier before selling. Most couriers won't touch them due to fuel residues. If you can't find anything cheaper there are pallet and half pallet courier services.
There is a Lawnmower museum in Southport, and I think a few others in other parts
of the country. They were happy to accept one of my Dad's old ones a few years
ago when I was disposing of his estate.
There are charities which will refurbish all sorts of tools and ship them
out to places which need them.
Donated an old Atco machine many years back.
I assume that low tech may be suitable for a low tech country - possibly
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