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Information on an Old Sears Push Mower

I found an old Sears Roebuck push mower, model #131 81180. Where can I find more information?

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June 29, 20180 found this helpful

You may have already posted it on this site (see link below) and got your answer that it is an early 1950s version), as it looks like an exact match to yours...

www.smokstak.com/.../showthread.php?t=178844

Below is a neat site that has a lot of Sears/Craftsman history:

todaysmower.com/.../

So many of their products are still around it is amazing...it is good if you are using them, but bad for value as supply is high and demand, not always high...so as for value...I would just keep an eye on the SOLD auctions on eBay and other online sites matching your exact item to the exact item sold.

You can find sold auctions by clicking the sold button on your screen (completed + sold). I don't see an exact match for yours today, but the market changes hourly, so keep checking back!

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NEVER use asking price to determine value, as people can ask the world, value in today's market is only what people will ACTUALLY PAY for an item!

I love the color! Thanks for sharing!

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June 29, 20180 found this helpful

Even though it is a British site, the Old Lawn Mower Club may be helpful. www.oldlawnmowerclub.co.uk/

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July 2, 20181 found this helpful

It looks like a 1953 or 54 model because the earlier engines had fill for tank in the center. The 131 of the model number denotes it was built by Rally/Roper, the company which later joined American Yard Products, which is now owned by Husqvarna.

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