Everybody has contributed some lovely photos sent in of their cherished machines; the field at The Museum is overflowing with exhibits!
Nice photos of a fellow enthusiasts Ferring - Easimow & two British Anzani - Lawn-Rider's.
I posted Dad's c. 1966 > "Lawn-Rider" Improved (with the extra clutch lever to deselect the cutters; which was introduced in mid. 1966) And as I say, some lovelily other machines.
I hope my brief history was appreciated; and note the Lawn-Rider (with the Villiers 150cc 4 stroke "lightweight" 515H engine) was a 1960's produced machine.
The Villiers 515H lightweight engine was only developed in the early 1960's, the British Anzani - Lawn-Rider - (4stroke version) did not become available till 1962.
A popular "urban" or should i say "turf myth" that the British Anzani designed - Lawn-Rider was a 1950's mower.
People discussing dates of when mowers were produced from seams to be quite contentious at the moment!?!