I received my first Briggs engine when I was 8 years old, a 6B-HS. I cut my teeth on this, repeatedly tearing it down and putting it back together again, learning the theory of the engine. This led to a life-long "love affair" of sorts with the "world's most durable and reliable" engines! I still have that 6B-HS; over 45 years now, and have acquired over 150 antique Briggs and Stratton engines; mostly the alphabetical series of which I have a complete set of base models A-ZZ, including the Motorwheel! A childhood fantasy turned into a lifelong attachment...what better dream can you ask for?