The 'Blendzall Special' as it was known was an amazing machine powered by a four-cylinder, 60-horsepower Mercury outboard engine. Reaching top speeds of 152 mph, which set the world speed record for a go-cart. The 'Blendzall Special' added to the Blendzall lore, and earned its place at the museum of speed in South Daytona Beach. (Note: the 'Blendzall Special' is now on display at the International Motorsports Hall of Fame and Museum at Talladega Speedway USA.)
Cool lil tractor, does it cut nice? Id keep it stock as possible. Looks solid.I found out my old 1969 craftsman
ha we're in the same boat, or at least similar ones.i sold my 120$ sizuki for 258$ lol. gonna go get some mowers or something with my current 308$ possibly some motor parts to make my high compression 8hp flatie briggs run.