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Victa

Victa

                 

Gold Dealer      The Victa lawn mower was invented in 1952, in the backyard of Mervyn Victor Richardson in Concord, Australia.

It was called the "Peach-Tin Prototype", so named because it was made out of scrap metal with a peach tin used as a fuel tank.

By 1953, demand for the mowers was so strong that Richardson gave up his job and became full-time manager of Victa Mowers Pty Ltd. In 1958, the company had moved to a new factory at Milperra, New South Wales, and its 3,000 employees were building 143,000 mowers a year.

Since 1952, Victa has sold over 8 million lawn mowers in 30 countries.  In 2008 Victa was sold to Briggs & Stratton.

 

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