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My David Bradley


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Old 11-12-2010, 12:14:42 PM
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I restored this tractor several years ago. Pics are when I
was plowing in RedGranite WI. Where I took first place.
There was very limited competion.
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Very Nice Restoration. I own several David Bradleys and have restored one of them. I forgot what year it was but it still had the knobby tires (original) and the hood was in perfect condition. They do very good work in a garden if you are in good enough shape to hold on to them ha ha.
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Very nice restoration I have my grandpa's DB and still use it.
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i just bought one that i am trying to identify. i think it is a 1941handiman jr. it has a small briggs engine, cleated tires, no hood or transmission, just a tensioning pulley to engage. when it warms up will take pictures
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