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ebinmaine

I've heard the name of this a few times in the past but I'm not sure I ever realized exactly how rare they are.

 

 

 

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jabelman

They are out there.  I have seen a handful local. None for sale!

Not familiar with the different types it's a earlier era than what I collect but I wouldn't mind having one!

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SylvanLakeWH

Very cool!

 

Thanks for posting!!!

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Achto

Will it Du All ??? Well Shaw!!!:ROTF:

 

I've seen a few of them, they are a pretty cool tractor.

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ebinmaine

Well done Dan. Well done. 

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Oldskool

Neat tractor. I've seen pictures  but never knew much about them

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Oldskool

I found a Shaw today. A walk behind. A Pep P Pal

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Oldskool
41 minutes ago, Oldskool said:

I found a Shaw today. A walk behind. A Pep P Pal

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It's a '38 I believe. Then there is that little Simplicity hiding in the back. I think it's a 40-45 model A. Trying to add both to my collection.

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jabelman

I got a "simplicity b" you can have for free, but its in nj

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Jennifer

My husband and his uncle where at a sale in July 2018 and this Shaw #5 was for sell along with many others and nothing was very high.  His uncle gave something like $350.00 for this!  His uncle keep it a few months then sold it.  All his uncle did was got a new sediment bowl gasket.  Husband bought a spare engine and rear wheels.  He still has them if there is any one interested.  There was a plow behind the tractor that his uncle sold off it.  The bow thingy on the back my husband still has.  His uncle was going to scrap it!  All three are Shaw Tractors!

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Oldskool
47 minutes ago, jabelman said:

I got a "simplicity b" you can have for free, but its in nj

Wish you were closer lol

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squonk

Economy Jim Dandy

 

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WheelhorseBob

I’d rate the twin cylinder Wisconsin powered Shaw as the grail of Garden tractors. But what do I know. 

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ebinmaine
12 minutes ago, WheelhorseBob said:

 twin cylinder *** powered ****** Garden tractor. ...... 

Another one of my influences for building the Colossus...

That'll have a K582. 

 

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