Thanks for the reply. That is pretty much exactly what we had (Exact yellow color) except ours had a homemade frame out of large angle iron w/Ford V-8 spoked rims/tires and 2 little dolly wheels on the back. I imagine ours was modifyed to float some and work in the hills because we had hills. I know on a back of a terrace it would pretty much sag down the hill and go straight.
Actually our farm was about 50 miles just south of Blair,Ne not that it was likely we got it new from there. I remember once Dad came home with extra parts and then our Rake got a couple extra Rake wheels on it. The rake wheels had big suspension springs on the back of each wheel to help them float over the ground and ours had a hydralic cylinder to lift them all for turning at the end of the row.
I could see why they ended up in the brush. When it came time for the scrappers there wasn't much I could see to do with the parts but let them go. We saved the Ford 16" spoked rims though. cleddy