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Snapper Power Equipment. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1971) Lawn Mower. If you were going to design a lawn mower, where would you put the grass catcher? The V-21 or 18 has its grass bag between the handles. You can close-trim on both sides, and vacuum your lawn while you're mowing. McDonough Power Equipment, Inc., A subsidiary of Fuqua Industries, Inc., McDonough, Georgia. (1975) Snapper Comet Mower. Our mowers combine outstanding features that help you get through with the work of caring for your lawn faster, and easier. (1985) Snapper Hi-Vac Mower. Snapper's patented Hi-Vac system is like a giant industrial strength vacuum cleaner following you around. It will pick up grass clippings, leaves, twigs, even pine straw. And it will leave your lawn looking clean all over. The company began in 1894 as Southern Saw Works. Later, in the 1940s, as the McDonough Power Company, it was acquired by William Raymond Smith, who changed the company's direction when the lumber industry declined. Smith recognized a need for lawn mowers and patented a mowing blade. With this, he created the "Snappin' Turtle," named so for the way it snapped the grass and for its turtle figurine on the top front of the first model. In 2002, Snapper was acquired by Simplicity Manufacturing, which was subsequently acquired by Briggs & Stratton in 2004. Enjoy these vintage ads for Snapper Power Equipment while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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