What would a restored, running, really cute Sears tractor conversion be worth?
Steel wheels on all 4
Any pictures Tom?
See if this opens. you might have to copy and paste
That's a link to the hard drive on your computer (also known as the "C" drive) where you downloaded the picture. Can't access that.
Tom, a link to your C drive is not going to work.
Just use the "upload attachment" button below the box you are typing in. As long as the photo is not too large, it should work fine.
See if this works.
Picture is blurry, but it looks like a Shaw kit, not a Sears. Bull gear and spokes on rear appear to be one piece castings with teeth facing outward - all Shaw qualities. Front wheels look like Shaw as well. Shaws are less common than Sears, MW, Pullford....Restored Shaw can fetch as much as $4500.
Thanks Ron Were Shaws available with different sizes of rear wheels ?
What do you think this is??
Shaw offered different model kits. I have a sales brochure somewhere - it may detail what the differences were (including wheel diameter).
Yes, that second one looks like a Shaw as well.
Wheel diameters don't look that different between the two. More the angle and quality of pictures.
Mine is the black and green one in my profile picture (top left). You'll see the one piece casting of spokes and bull gear, along with the externally facing teeth on the bull gear (sadly, mine lost her kit front wheels somewhere along the line).
Both tractors in those links show the front wheels coming up about even (or slightly above) the hub on the rear wheel - which is why I said there doesn't seem to be much difference in the size of the rear wheels.
(Message edited by Conversiont on July 25, 2017)
Thanks again Ron
If you're thinking of grabbing one Tom, I'd go after that one in the barn. Cleaned up and refinished in linseed oil, she'd be stunning.