Thanks man! The biggest reason I bought it was that my old cart was too short for my loader bucket to dump in with the gate on. $45 for any usable cart is a good price. The fact that it was a #4 IH is just a bonus. Amazing how heavily built this is compared to my other Huskee branded TSC cart. I do plan on using this heavily for awhile so it may be a bit before I refinish it.Randy, nice find on the cart and a very good price also! Be sure to keep us posted as you get it refurbished. Pics, we need pics!
Beautiful! Definitely shows your attention to detail and pride in workmanship.
Thanks!It looks beautiful Doug. You did a good job on the cart.
Appreciate that! Yeah the body itself is like 5 foot long IIRC, it's pretty big.Beautiful! Definitely shows your attention to detail and pride in workmanship.
When we were talking about putting that cart in your shed I forgot how long than thing is. Much longer than either of my carts.
Thank you!Wow, congrats, it looks great!
Thanks, that was kinda what I was going for. That way I could retain the original color of the cart but still make it match the tractor.That’s a nice looking trailer. You really made it look like an IH trailer and it goes nicely with the mower also. Nice work!
1964 Cub could be a Cub Original, model 70, or 100.Sorry, also intended to ask if someone can identify the model from 1964...? And if you have one to sell!