So I have wanted one of these for a long time as I have heard that they are bulletproof and strong. On our small piece of wooded property we have no room to operate anything larger. Anyway I figured it would be fun and useful, and I could use it to drag logs around. I looked up the I.D. number on it and it turns out that it is a 1981 GT-2500(it has a different hood, from an early 1970s model). It has the 8 speed transmission and an 11H.P. B&S horizontal shaft motor. It starts right up and runs flawlessly. I need a couple front tires for it and the drive belt seems like it is too long or a little stretched out, if you let off the clutch to fast, the clutch idler pulley slips too far back when it engages and the clutch gets stuck engaged. Other than that it is in great functional shape and really good cosmetic and structural shape. Here are a few pictures.