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rugged elegance and comfort
Simplicity Broadmoor 727 shown with 36-inch rotary mower, mows up to 1-1/2 acres per hour. Cutting heights are adjustable from 1-5/8 inches to 3-1/8 inches. One handscrew accessible from operator's seat adjusts front and back heights simultaneously. Seat is adjustable for different sized operator.
These words amply describe this handsome all-season helper. The seven horsepower Simplicity Broadmoor makes yard care a pleasure, and leaves your yard with that well groomed look as if you did it all by hand.
That's because this riding tractor never leaves evidence of
where it's been--the only mark it leaves is the mark of a job well done. Its wide, lawn-pampering Floating Traction tires literally tip toe over grass.
The Broadmoor wins more fans every year, and this year's model is destined to be the most popular yet. It features new styling for a smarter look which
ties in with the rest of the 1969 Simplicity line. And it has more than looks going for it. In addition to its established features, the Broadmoor now has a stylish adjustable seat which accommodates operators of different sizes (therefore, your wife will be able to handle the Broadmoor as easily as you).
Despite what has been added to this year's Broadmoor, owners will probably continue to talk most about its ride and handling ease. Part of the credit goes to the seven horsepower "synchro balanced" engine which reduces vibration by 80%.
So even the big
jobs don't tire you. Further putting comfort foremost is its conveniently located, easy-to-operate controls, and its all-season attachments.
[Source: Simplicity -- for picture perfect outdoor maintenance, 1969 Product Catalog, Form No. 868, courtesy of John