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David Bradley Cart - Need Help With ID


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We have a DB Cart we're looking to identify. It's part of a collection that may have come from the original owner. The tractor is a model 917 5751. Does anyone know what the cart is and what it might be worth?
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The cart is a original David Bradley cart that would pull behind the tractor you have. It looks to be in excellent condition. They are rare and were considered to be somewhat a luxury at the time,which attributed to it being rare today. I think it could bring $500 at the high end in my part of the territory . The tractor it self depends on whether it has any bells or whistles such as a speed changer, reverse and such.
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Thanks for the info. The tractor has no bells and whistles. We have a cultivator with attachments, snow blade and roller. There's also a mower with it, and we're not sure whether this is complete. I've seen some photos with extra mowers besides the main one, which is all we have.
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Even though your tractor doesn’t have all the bells and whistles it’s early age is desirable 1946-1949. The reel mower “which to me looks complete”and lawn roller are also more of the desirable attachments. The whole lot could easily bring $1000 . The cart is the icing on the top!
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Thanks. Great info! We don't use it and the collection is taking up valuable storage space. It should go to a collector who will show it. Planning to list it for sale - just haven't decided where yet.
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You can always list it here on the classified ads or if you have a Facebook account you can do a search for David Bradley Tractors and post it on one of the groups boards. You should be able to find a good home for all of it.
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