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Early 60's Cooper Cyclo-Mo 20" mower

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Old 01-28-2019, 08:19:09 PM
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Default Early 60's Cooper Cyclo-Mo 20" mower

Saved from the scrap man today! While at the shop I happened to glance towards the street while walking back inside just as one of the many local scrappys drove his beat up old pick up by and saw the classic Cooper handles sticking out of the pile. At first when I yelled down the street he may have thought I was mad he drove by so fast but after I explained I wanted the mower he told me he wanted to get one of the two in the truck running for himself and looked at me crazy when I said I would get the much newer one running for him if he gave me the old one. After some fresh gas, spark plug and blade sharpening he left happy and I rolled the Cooper inside! Prob not going to get to it till Spring Im backed up solid with repairs but in the meantime if anyone has a pair or a set of good wheels for one off a carcass they have laying around I would like to buy them. Shame this wasnt an 18" as those are gold these days. Still a fun project anyways and it should clean up very well.
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I like it, nice find....
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