I recently found and am in the process of rebuilding a Ellinwood Lauson Bearcat walk behind. The I.D. sticker was there and a positive because it was 100% original, probably sitting under a tree for 20 years where it had stopped. It came with disc and claw attachments and even a sit down dump bed trailer from another maker. It has a 'X' support between the hande bars and rubber tires. The motor tag is Lauson TLC349 7-21115. From what I understand, the 7 is the year made as the tractor frame is also stamped with 47. 1947 . I only have one picture of it as it was, got too eager to make it work and started tearing it down right away and kept going till I found the motor bearings were bad. Now it's in boxes. So far I've got most parts I need, cleaned 99% of it and started painting the parts. This is my 1st. rebuild , I always wanted to own a tractor but live in a tractor void area, this is about as big as I have room for. Yuk yuk. It came from a small fruit tree orchard in this area surrounded by businesses, the owner just passed and I couldn't let it be scrapped. Google earth 91724 and you'll see what I mean. I now know I should have been more careful and taken more pictures as to how the throttle/ governor linkages were run. Ooops. I will try to post any pictures I have and any other info. would be appreciated. Thanks y'all.