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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old Nov 16th, 19, 11:34 AM Thread Starter
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Here it is guys…the world's most beautiful snowblower!… … I doubt that the owner actually uses it! I'm not sure what brand it is… but I'd say an older Ariens model. (Some of you guys who know me are aware that I like bling…That's why I couldn't resist posting this! )

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old Nov 16th, 19, 11:54 AM
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Re: The world's most beautiful snowblower!

All the chrome on that is probably responsible for the death of a few humpback whales, a few penguins, and raised the temperature of the planet three degrees.
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Re: The world's most beautiful snowblower!

That does look like an Airens, older model. Too nice to use obviously but I like the idea. Any roto tillers done that well?
I just got into the snow blowers this year and scored an older Craftsman with like no miles on it. Of course I had to take it all apart as usual, just for something to do and to learn how it functions. Complicated little machines. No wonder no one wants to work on them.
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Sometimes you just get carried away!

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Re: The world's most beautiful snowblower!

Tim Allen the owner? Love this sort of stuff. As kids we added a chrome stinger on our 2.5hp briggs which powered our '61 Moss Cart. It felt faster and somehow I knew that was a turning point for me.....next came a HotRod subscription.
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Re: The world's most beautiful snowblower!

If it don't go, Chrome It.

Perfect example.....

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But! "Chrome Don't Get You Home!" lol, owner must own a plating shop


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I was expecting something much different.

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post #9 of 13 (permalink) Old Nov 16th, 19, 4:37 PM Thread Starter
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That does look like an Airens, older model. Too nice to use obviously but I like the idea. Any roto tillers done that well?
I just got into the snow blowers this year and scored an older Craftsman with like no miles on it. Of course I had to take it all apart as usual, just for something to do and to learn how it functions. Complicated little machines. No wonder no one wants to work on them.
Thanks for posting.
I am also in the process of restoring an older Murray "Brute" snowblower, in fact, I'm almost done. I took apart ans sent everything to be sandblasted and powdercoated. I also bought all new decals for it so it'll look original…. (It's also a "matching numbers" machine!) I'm waiting for a part to come in so I can put it back together… Here are pictures taken before and after (almost done).

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Re: The world's most beautiful snowblower!

All this talk about exotic snowblowers reminds me of this.
https://leftlanenews.com/2010/02/25/...-a-snowblower/
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All this talk about exotic snowblowers reminds me of this.
https://leftlanenews.com/2010/02/25/...-a-snowblower/
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All this talk about exotic snowblowers reminds me of this.
https://leftlanenews.com/2010/02/25/...-a-snowblower/
I like these better too. The chrome one is nice but not fast.
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Re: The world's most beautiful snowblower!

I'm in the process now of stripping the old paint and rust off my old 9hp Craftsman. I'm painting it all black and then my daughter is going to paint a shark mouth and eyes on it.... Like the old WW2 planes. I will post pic when its done.
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