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Back 15 years ago or so there was a book put together on US made walk behind tractors they came up with 65 brands then there are European and Asian tractors. What walk behind tractors have you had? Being a West Virginia boy Gravely's are special to me
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David Bradley
Simplicity
Bolens
Planet jr
Page
Garden All
Choremaster
Plowtrac (Mountgomery Wards made by dandyboy)
Grillo (Italian)
I have at the moment the Grillo G85D and a Gravely professional 12
 

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I have six Gravely walk behinds with two of them currently on winter duty, two waiting for servicing, and two project tractors.
 

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Just one. BCS 732.
Back in the 50's, in England, my dad had a Farmer's Boy with a Villiers engine. The entire village lined up to borrow it. :)

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I have a Troy built my dad bought in the late seventies with a Kohler 7HP. It still runs great. I am getting where I use it less as I move over to my Power King 2414 garden tractor.
 

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The old Graham Page/Frazer tillers are cool 5hp 2 cycle they were sold in the show room right along side cars of the same brand. They cost over half what the cars cost . I spoke with a gentleman that had one ,he said it would probably till up blacktop
 

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Bolens
Wards, Made by Midland for Simp. and Wards)
Viking twin, on steel wheels.
 
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