Hey - pretty fancy - air in the tires and grass mowed under it. Something is out of whack here - that rig just doesn't fit in with the stone house and wrought-iron gate in the background. If it were mine, it would be sittin' cattywompus in the dirt with four rotted tires and weeds pokin' thru the rust holes.
Re: Urban agriculture in reply to PJH, 12-06-2012 09:37:18
I imagine the tires still hold air in order for it to be easily pushed around the yard as you do lawn care. See how they stripped anything that wasn't necessary to make it as light as possible, but they left the steering wheel? On flat ground, I'll bet a 110 pound, 5'2" woman could push it outta the way of a mower.
Pretty good idea if you don't mind a rusted up eyesore in the back yard...
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