I't may not be vintage, but it sure is a classic: I have a Flymo (sort of a cross between a lawnmower and a hovercraft; no wheels!) which you can have. Sorry, it doesn't run and is missing its petrol tank. I can't think of a better device for use in SoCal, although the CPSC would send their troop to your casa if they got wind of it.....
Chris Beyer Still Mulling over sardines avec peanut butter; I guess it could be construed as Sate-on-a-Bun Bloomfield, NJ
> What do you all eat on your commute to work? I'm partial to peanut
> butter and raisin sandwiches, but this past week I tried sardine, raisin
> and peanut butter. They were great (I eat three or four on my five mile
> commute) but when I got to work all the secretaries said I smelled
> fishy. I guess the back pockets on my wool Molteni jersey were all
> drippy with sardine oil from the sandwiches stuffed in my pockets.
> Hey, another question: what's the most classic lawnmower I could buy to
> mow my lawn? I have a Crown ball-bearing push mower made about 1938 but
> maybe there is something out there with a little more panache? Maybe a
> classic French lawnmower or a Brit clipper with ornate cast wheels?
> Chuck "was an iBOB" Schmidt
> South Pasadena, Southern California