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Rozell's Small Engine Repair

Rozell’s Small Engine has sold quality products and furnished service for 41 years.  Rozells have retired from the lawnmower business. We will no longer fix machines.   We’ve always felt “If it’s good enough to fix, it’s good enough to fix right”.  But the business is changing and we are getting older and it’s time to retire.  We have some parts not acceptable for return- mostly good parts but no’s are superseded or open boxes.  We will sell them here. Bargains! We will continue our other businesses- Rozell’s Ministorage and Countryside Auction as usual.   Catch us if you need a part and we’ll look and see if we still have it.   But no service work being done- we can no longer order parts.                                                         

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Rozell Small Engines is NOT doing repairs.  We will sharpen chains for a while if you catch us here.   We are only open to sell the parts we have left.  We cannot order anything.  We have a few tools to sell but are basically closing because we are retiring from that business.  We are in and out with Dr apts so call first.  We have lots of Briggs parts- mostly stuff that fits older machines.  Air filters, Carb kits, fuel filters, fuel pumps, rebuild parts. You will get original equipment at reduced prices.  We did not sell “aftermarket, will fit, maybe fit” parts, what ever you want to call them. We also have some Murray parts.  Check with us.  405 258  1265 or 405 615   7065.

Thank you for your patronage the last 57 years, we were in the flower shop and nursery starting in 1964, started the lawnmower shop in 1978, started the ministorage in 1994, and the goat auction in 2006.  We will still maintain the ministorage and operate the goat/sheep auction.

More on UPDATE on our building and Mr C’s Custom Cuts.  For you history buffs out there.  This property where Rozell’s Small Engines was, was owned by Mr. & Mrs Lindsey Lewis and was the original site of the Lewis Floral Co. a flower shop and green house operation.  The original building housing the flower shop was torn down because they said the road was going thru there and had to be moved back.  That original pad is I think going to be an outside patio for Mr. C’s Custom Cuts.   The Lewises and their daughter Madge Neely built the building we occupied and we renamed it Rozell’s Floral and Nursery in 1964 when we purchased the buildings, greenhouses and house.  We added on to the building to the west and operated the flower shop, nursery and greenhouses till 1983.  In 1978 we added the repair shop to our operations. We later tore down the glass paneled greenhouses and built the metal building that was the repair shop.  Now the frame building is being re purposed to house Mr C’s Custom Cut’s- a retail meat market where you can get fresh meats cut to your liking. Smoked or deli meats for lunch. They are OPEN.   Closed Sunday and Mon.  Open Tues thru Sat. Congratulations to MR. C and family.  Your opening day was a big success!  Check them out on Facebook.

 

 

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