The Gromor Cultivator Repair Manual ― Reissued Print

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The Gromor Cultivator Repair Manual ― Reissued Print

19.99

This is a reissued print of an extremely rare circa 1921 repair manual and price list for The Gromor Cultivator built in Columbus, Ohio by the Frank Held Tractor Company. The manual shows pictures of the tractor powered by a Briggs & Stratton Model P engine using a Motor Wheel carburetor. The Gromor was one of the first garden tractors sold with a Briggs and Stratton engine. The company was sold in 1928 to Connors Hoe and Tool Company and then again to the American Fork and Hoe Company in 1929, makers of True Temper tools.

B/W pages
Page Count: 28
Dimension Size: 6" x 9"
Identifier: 2013.02.08

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