I picked up a 10201 today. The motor is missing the carb, recoil and tank. The Dead man's cable is missing and the throttle cable is also gone. The motor is good though. It is the original V motor. I shot a little carb cleaner in it and used my drill to spin start. It ran strong and smooth for a few seconds. You can have the motor for the cost of shipping if, you like. Probably cheaper to keep the Briggs than to buy all these parts and still have a "V".I wouldn't go so far as to say that. The V engine may be sub-par as far as Lawn-Boy engines go, but it's still better than a wheezing old "Milwaukee's vibrator" Briggs & Stratton.