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That is a very interesting tractor. I have never seen one of those before either.
 

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I know the guy who has it.
Its a handi ho
 

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Ok doc whats your take on this? Is it rare or just not many seen today? Do you have a flyer with a photo of what it looked like new? What year? Oh by the way its only 30 min from me.
 

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found this on ebay and there is no bids
http://www.ebay.com/...=item1c2a3dc193
cheers
Tyler
checked out the guys other auctions. He is selling a bunch of Bolens pamplets and here is a photo of a flyer for the Handie hoe . This unit is missing more then just a clutch handle. at least comparing phiotos to flyer unless his is older then the flyer??
 

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checked out the guys other auctions. He is selling a bunch of Bolens pamplets and here is a photo of a flyer for the Handie hoe . This unit is missing more then just a clutch handle. at least comparing phiotos to flyer unless his is older then the flyer??
We just dont see them alot I dont think we would call them rare.

Some came with a hood and some did not.
Aaron has alot of older bolens stuff mostly Ridemaster, Ride a matic, and walk behinds.
He has stuff most of us have never seen I got to see some of it around 2 years ago.
 

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Is it rare or just not many seen today? Do you have a flyer with a photo of what it looked like new? What year?
Handi-Ho's were made 1949-1956. ....Manuals for unit & attachments can be found at:
http://gardentractor...olens-handi-ho/

The Handi-Ho's had a list price of $123 to $149, depending on year & model.

They're not extremely rare, but they're not common, either.
 

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You seem to see a lot ofthe tractor units around, but not as much of the attachments. This was always a problem with Bolen. They made alot of models overthe yrs but the tooling didnt exchange between them. This gave companies like Simplicity, Wards, and Sears the advantage, as almost all their stuff would work out on any of their machines.
 
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