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#112581 05/08/21 09:38 PM
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Hello ODK history lovers
If ever there was an elusive company it would be the makers
of Supa-Swift lawnmowers. Introduced in the late 1950s, they
would be a significant lawnmower maker in the 1960s and 1970s.

They made top-end lawnmowers that could easily compete
with the best Victa offered at the time.

This brochure introduces the 1970s range and it is dated to
1969-1970 as a brochure that would introduce and represent
that decade. This would be the last hurrah for the original
Supa-Swift company.

[Linked Image]

Lawnmowers covered in this brochure: -
Supa-Swift Galaxy GTV
Supa-Swift Galaxy GTK
Supa-Swift Countryman
Supa-Swift Capri
Supa-Swift Falcon Super
Supa-swift Futura
Supa-Swift Starflite
Supa-Swift Superb
Supa-Swift Greenfield Ride-on.

TO BE CONTINUED …

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Last edited by CyberJack; 07/08/21 09:33 PM. Reason: Corrected dating.
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PART TWO - The Brochure
This brochure comes from my collection and it is in
average condition. Note Supa-Swift’s use of vehicle
names in the 1970s.

Also note the company’s association with Queensland’s Greenfield
at this time. Both companies wanted to expand their exposure and
market share across Australia.

[Linked Image]
[Linked Image]

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