MOWER-PUSHER COMPANY

A sister company to Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies, they joined other firms in the early 1920s to produce a motor conversion unit for larger manual and horse-drawn mowers. This unit was powered by a Villiers 2-stroke engine, the operator sitting on a tractor-type seat on top of the unit, which was shackled to rear of the mower. One such machine restored in Essex in 1995 bears the serial no.817 and the Patent No. 200-581.