Re: Help identify 2 wheel tractor
It appears to be a David Bradley, sold by Sear Roebuck and Co. The original engine was probalby a Wisconsin. There was probably a hood on it, when new. The "slime" green wheels are the give away. Montgomery Ward also sold one similar to it and there was a George. Probably others, too. These were popular after WW2 for truck farms, etc. Lawn mowers were not a "thing" yet. These could be used for cutting hay, as well as weeds. There were many attachments for them, including a plow, disk, cultivator, trailer, and many others.
The tractor show at Evansville, IN has a guy that brings several of these to show, along with a trailer with advertising from the era. It is a great lawn and garden show in June. Also features steam engines, tractors, flea market, toy show, tractor pull, etc. Great overall show.