I flip tons of mowers every year and there are always a few of them that are so awesome simply through amazing engineering or the machine has so little use it's basically brand new. Yesterday, I spent $30 and picked up a 2003 Lawn Boy 10324 self propelled and a Homelite blower. The blower has clearly never been used. It never had gas in it. Do I keep this brand new machine or sell it along? Fall is coming quickly and all I have it an electric Toro blower/vac with the metal impeller. The Duraforce has basically zero hours on it and not a speck of rust on the steel deck. The paint is still intact on the bottom of it. The blade is still on its original sharpening and has no nicks in it. All it took to bring the Lawn Boy to life was fill the tank with fuel, primed until I smelled gas actually flowing through, removed the spark plug and sprayed some WD-40 into the engine. About 20 pulls later, it came right to life in a smoky blaze of gunk burning glory. With a Briggs pilot jet replacement, some exhaust port cleaning and air filter cleaning, I have the difficult decision of keep or sell. Who else has problems letting go of certain types of machines or such amazing deals?