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Sears 5HP Clean up

our little 5hp clean up job. The glittery finish was the wifes idea. lol. 5hp motor painted like a 250 horse speedboat engine!





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Re: Sears 5HP Clean up

nice, now all it needs are the flames on the tank
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No doubt done to keep it from getting stolen. :-)
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Re: Sears 5HP Clean up

How about a Skull and Cross bones decal in hot pink?
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