The snowthrower BTW is an interesting and unique creation. The front part is an old Sears one-stage unit. Power comes from a 13 hp ( I think) horizontal shaft auxiliary engine, mounted on a platform in front of the driver position. If I remember correctly, belt tension is applied by lowering the engine unit via the Cub hydraulics. I didn't catch who the designer/builder was (since I'm new to the club and don't keep track of names too well). Anyway, others will have to help out with that. I'm not sure if it has been used yet to throw any snow, but it looks like it ought to do a dandy job.
1953 Cub, acquired fall 2013. Runs much better thanks to tuneup by Art Chester! Next, replacement of old parts (radiator, seals, etc.) + painting.
Plus 3 JD garden tractors (425,318,140) & two Buick Roadmaster station wagons