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My family has been farming for four generations and my parents are retiring so it's time for a farm sale. 

This has been around forever and was a horse drawn wagon at one time when my father was little. 

Hate to send it to the scrap yard but don't have a clue as to what it is.  Thinking maybe a late 1920's something? 

No markings on it other than a letter D on the rear differential or maybe I just don't know where to look. It also has 4 mechanical brakes. So far now one has been able to figure it out.  They say not a Ford, Dodge, Nash or REO on other forums.post-155658-0-00929000-1452088751_thumb.post-155658-0-95037300-1452088779_thumb.post-155658-0-42689900-1452088798_thumb.post-155658-0-76669300-1452088813_thumb.post-155658-0-65307500-1452088858_thumb.post-155658-0-36066200-1452088877_thumb.

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I don't see enough there to even try to identify car or truck it came from, which I'm sure is the issue resulting in no responses.

 

You know, sometimes, as hard as it might be to let any piece of history go, some old iron really is useless and worthless except to a scrap dealer.

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If you can extract the wheel bearings from the front axle you should be able to cross reference them in a very old catalogue.  Maybe if the rear axle was stripped and measured there might be some clues though it is possible that the rear axle is not original to the chassis.  If the brakes are hydraulics it is possible that it is a Chrysler product as not many others had hydraulics at that time.  My guess for a date is either side of 1930 by not more than two years.

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you know I think that you're cooking with gas!  sure looks allot like it.  I'll get the tire size and wheel base measurements!

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