1951 JD B, 1967 JD 110-Rf, 1969 JD 110-Sf custom, 1972 JD 110-Sf
I got the cart bolted loosely together to see how everything lines up. Its a little twisted but not bad. If I add a tailgate like the original l'm sure it'd stiffen it up more, but it's together and supports itself. Flipping the cart over and banging it around some of the bondo chipped off unfortunately. I could get thinner metal that'd follow the dents and humps better but we'll see. I was going to toss a cow mat in there to to hide the blemishes. So far I have 40.00 stuck into this cart. Which granted you can't find a 1700 lbs rated cart for that price. Most 10 cubic carts go for 100 in my area. 17 cubic one ones rated at 1200 lbs go for 200.00. I was lucky to get mine for 110.00. If I do a quick rattle can paint job I'm sure I could easily get my money back on a consignment lot, but so far it hasn't been a bad project and learning a few things.