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Don't know.That tractor looks good.Is that a Wisconsin engine on it?
Price seems a little high for no hood and grill.
 

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Cool looking tractor, I have only read about them. I have never seen one. What a project !!!
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What's up people? I found a photo of a tractor that looks kinda like it. They call it a Sears Handiman RT but I don't know if it is the same thing. The sale ad I found says they have a "World Famous Briggs and Stratton Engine."

Briggs sure has been around a long time.
 

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WIcked CoOl!
 

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yep those wheel weights are about the only thing worth anything there.
 

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Well, $414 from 1941 is worth well over $6,000 today...

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Actually for the right person, he is pretty on with the price he is asking. I can only recall 2 other running tractors of that vintage I have seen...ever. It is indeed very rare and very sought after, especially for a DB collector. If I had the extra cash, I'd snag it.
 

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I can tell you that is a VERY rare tractor! I have never seen one, even though I own a couple DB walk behinds. It looks similar to a very old Economy tractor, except fot the engine angle.

:ditto: it looks alot like the Economy's, never saw one like this until u posted about it
 

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I'm not an antique expert, but if you have a 70+ year old engine that still runs on the original equipment which is basically intact, how can that not be worth at least $1000?

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