I purchased a Victa Corvet in 1969 and it is still going strong. It has only required 1 new muffler 1 New grass catcher plus the odd set of blades and spark plug.
When my son bought his own home six years ago I bought him a Victa Mustang with an alloy baseplate and Victa 2 Stroke engine as it is a quality mower and requires less service than the 4 strokes, for his birthday.
My words to him at that time were Look after this mower and it will last you a lifetime. So far after even some really hard work the mower is living up to its name and Pedigree.
This is a Quality mower with a non rust alloy baseplate C oupled with a reliable Victa 2 Stroke Motor.
Every can of petrol gives it an oil change, unlike the 4 Strokes which require two or more oil changes a year.
In short it is a good mower for the technically challenged user who cant do their own Maintence or have a problem with oil changes etc.
It is a good mower but does not live up to the standard of older victa mowers as it has obviously been cheapened so as to compete on price with cheap imports.
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