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Cheap jiggers 26 Sep 2021 15:25 #226100

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Rotary Hoe, Italian most likely Valpadana
A$250 · In Stock
Listed in Mount Molar, QLD

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Cheap jiggers 26 Sep 2021 15:26 #226101

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Rotary hoe
A$450$600
Listed 2 weeks ago in Coraki, NSW

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Cheap jiggers 26 Sep 2021 15:29 #226102

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Howard rotary hoe with reverse
A$880
Listed a week ago in Armidale, NSW

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Cheap jiggers 27 Sep 2021 22:47 #226159

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Are you guys really interested in these? :huh: ;)

They're listed in Farketplace S.A. too:
Antique Simar 56 rototiller $500

AND
Howard Gem Rotary Cultivator $1300


Good luck fellas, at least they take up less space??? :whistle:
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Cheap jiggers 28 Sep 2021 00:25 #226162

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I think Howards are the Rolls Royce of rotary hoes.

We had a BIG Howard at the Ag studies block while i was at high school, it was a really lovely solid quality machine. Best operated by 2 of us kids though, one on each handle! It had the most beautifully smooth, easy starting, crank start Kohler engine on it. I would often sneak down the Ag block at lunch time just to start it!

Soon after that time, someone "important" decided that a lot of things at the school were far too dangerous to be used, and it was never seen again. I still often wish i had had the chance to buy it.

Fortunately i was on extremely good terms with my Tech teacher, and solely due to his prompting, i was able to buy the milling machine from the metalwork shop, which was destined to suffer the same fate as the Howard. The mill is still in my workshop, i still use it, and it is a constant reminder of the best and most decent school teacher i ever had.
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Cheap jiggers 28 Sep 2021 04:29 #226163

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Picked this one up recently, paid £10 for it. Didn't take long to get it going, runs quite nice now.
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Cheap jiggers 28 Sep 2021 07:19 #226167

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Grandad, are you going to mow that lawn or dig it up?
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