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early 50's Burns Garden Tractor

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Dean Sr

08-22-2011 14:44:48
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What is this tractor worth as it sits with these three attachments: a plow, mowerdeck, and wheel weights. Motor has no spark but a coil will fix it. Willing to sell it as is. It is possibly a '51. Tractor is rare. Reasonable offers only.




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Al Nicoletti

08-31-2011 05:56:50
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 Re: early 50's Burns Garden Tractor in reply to Dean Sr, 08-22-2011 14:44:48  
Where is the tractor located?
I would guess it to be in the 60's for the year



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Dean sr

09-01-2011 08:58:29
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 Re: early 50's Burns Garden Tractor in reply to Al Nicoletti, 08-31-2011 05:56:50  
tractor is in ct. if anyone it interested in buying, selling it for $1000.00 with the attachments. pick up only. not going to try sending it out .



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ebvb

08-23-2011 04:29:14
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 Re: early 50's Burns Garden Tractor in reply to Dean Sr, 08-22-2011 14:44:48  
I have one just like it I would love to have a owners manual, or at least know what size drive belt it uses and belt diagram



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oldtanker

08-22-2011 20:36:06
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 Re: early 50's Burns Garden Tractor in reply to Dean Sr, 08-22-2011 14:44:48  
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Another tell tale is the steering wheel. Almost all tractors of the eary 50's to include GT's has setel spoke steering wheels. Molded spokes didn't show up until the very late 50's on most of them.

Rick



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ShadetreeRet

08-22-2011 19:36:27
184.2.208.128



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 Re: early 50's Burns Garden Tractor in reply to Dean Sr, 08-22-2011 14:44:48  
I agree, it looks too modern to be a '51, But that would not necessarily make it any less collectible. I had never heard of a Burns garden tractor.



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Leroy

08-22-2011 18:34:46
69.88.223.179



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 Re: early 50's Burns Garden Tractor in reply to Dean Sr, 08-22-2011 14:44:48  
The tread on those rear tires tell me they are from about 68 up into about mid 70's, tread looks the same as was on my 1971 Sears tractor. 50's they did not have that kind of tread.



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old art

08-22-2011 16:09:06
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 Re: early 50's Burns Garden Tractor in reply to Dean Sr, 08-22-2011 14:44:48  
what make of engine does it have ?
if it is a briggs & stratton the motor number willhave the year made the HP and modlenumbers
ga to Briggs & stratton on line can get a parts list for it to get the fly wheel off people here will help old art



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Dean sr

08-23-2011 13:35:51
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 Re: early 50's Burns Garden Tractor in reply to old art, 08-22-2011 16:09:06  
cant find any numbers on the motor but it does have a B/S on the cover



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oldtanker

08-22-2011 15:39:32
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 Re: early 50's Burns Garden Tractor in reply to Dean Sr, 08-22-2011 14:44:48  
Kinda hate to say this but it's too squared off to be an early 50's. Every brand of early 50's GT I've ever seen is very rounded.

http://www.antiquetractors.com/contents/tpic4101.htm about a 53-54 Tiger, missing parts....not mine but my dad had one like it.


Complete, thats the one we had when I was a kid.

58 Wheel Horse

These are for your compairison to yours.

Rick

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bill mart

08-22-2011 15:13:09
72.65.34.24



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 Re: early 50's Burns Garden Tractor in reply to Dean Sr, 08-22-2011 14:44:48  
looks awfully modern for a 1951. bill



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bill mart

08-22-2011 14:57:56
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 Re: early 50's Burns Garden Tractor in reply to Dean Sr, 08-22-2011 14:44:48  
looks awfully modern for a 1951. bill



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