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Re: sears handiman R-T tractor

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07-22-2012 21:12:38

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Bruce, you were not specific, but a 1939 Handiman R-T should be a riding tractor. And a 1937 model should have steel wheels. Try they have a bunch of photos on their home page and shows one late model Handiman on rubber, and one supposedly 1939 Handiman on steel which would be about right for the time period. When a lot of people hear Sears garden tractor, they think of the old walk behind tractors, but Sears sold small riding garden tractors back then, and even at one time sold farm tractors. If yours is a riding tractor it should be worth several dollars to someone who collects old riding mowers and tractors.

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Bruce R. Colbert

08-04-2012 12:08:11

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 Re: sears handiman R-T tractor in reply to ShadetreeRet, 07-22-2012 21:12:38  
Can you give me ball park on the value.
I have the original manual.
thanks and regards
Bruce R. Colbert

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Bruce R. Colbert

07-23-2012 05:56:08

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 Re: sears handiman R-T tractor in reply to ShadetreeRet, 07-22-2012 21:12:38  
Thanks ShadetreeRet,
(love your handle)
This is a riding tractor on rubber and is belt driven.

Bruce R. Colbert

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