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Cushman questions

| February 2007

I have a Cushman engine that I am trying to buy. I would like to know if you could give me some help.

I don't know what year it is or the horsepower. It is Model 21, Type X, serial no. 72. I also would like to know what the engine is worth. It is complete with a crankguard, buzz coil, battery box, skids and cart. It also has a brass carburetor on it. It is stuck and looks like it has been shedded. Willard Rettig, P.O. Box 267, Hanover, KS 66945-0267.

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