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Sensation Lawn Mower


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Old 06-24-2010, 09:39:33 AM
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I have a 21" Sensation push mower I have been using until about 5 years ago. While cleaning up around the place, I thought about throwing it out - I have a garden tractor now. Instead, I decided to learn a little more about the Sensation. I know they were made in Ralston, NE and were primarily a commercial grade mower. Is this mower worth anything?

Any direction or help will be appreciated.
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The aluminum deck mowers are getting harder to come by. I know that we have started to collect them. Sensation and Snapper were two of the main mowers used by landscapers.
There is a yahoo group that features the Sensations brand.
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Definitely worth saving, if you don't want to keep it then you could think about selling it at a local show or by advertising on Smokstak ads.
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I'm not sure what to ask for it. I have not had it running for about 5 years, but the engine still turns free. I haven't had much luck tearing these small motors apart yet and getting them to run when I am done. I hate to use something collectible to practice on. If there is a collector out there, or someone who will appreciate this mower, I'd just as soon let them do it right.
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