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Briggs & Stratton Powered Motor Scooter

Flywheel Forum

| April/May 2010

I have saved an old motor scooter from the chop block but I am having much difficulty identifying it.

I was able to go through Briggs & Stratton and get the engine manufacture date and model, which is July 1935, Model F. The scooter is well-built and is most definitely from a manufacturing plant, but if it had identification, it is missing.

I would be happy to send photos if you are interested in trying to help me. Fred Hutchinson,


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