Having tried 3 other makes of lawn tractor, I decided to purchase a Countax C60 machine with the optional Powered Grass Collector (PGC). I wish I had bought a Countax earlier, they’re fantastic machines with an exceptional cut and collect system.
Despite the machine being in very bad condition when I bought it, I knew it was a very good machine. I wanted to bring this machine to life and use it for my garden. I know a bit about its British heritage and how well it stripes the lawn. I would not exchange it for another tractor mower unless it was a newer Countax. In Poland a Countax is little known but the one who has it knows its real worth.
“The fact you can cut and collect in the wet and achieve the striping lawn effect makes this an overall, decent garden tractor that when maintained, will last. I’d happily recommend a Countax to anyone who enjoys making their garden look great”.
I say that my other car is a Countax. It certainly takes pride of place in my garage, complete with cover on because it’s so cherished. I would highly recommend a Countax tractor to anyone wanting their garden to have the wow factor.
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