So, a gentleman made me an offer to trade for my Shaw Du-All. It took me a long time to decide whether I should do it or not as I did not want to part with my Shaw, but in the end I agreed. Today I came home with my new acquisitions. I ended up trading for a pair of Waterloo Bronco tractors, made in Waterloo, Ontario, as well as an Empire riding tractor, made in Windsor, Ontario (I'll start a separate thread on the Empire). There were somewhere around 1000 Broncos made over the few years they were produced, but because they were made so close to where I live, they are relatively easily found here.
The one Bronco is complete and was last running two years ago. It is the one pictured. It needs some work, including to be painted the correct colour. The front blade is not OEM, but I do have a correct single furrow plow for it. These Broncos use a Wisconsin model TE engine, and a Borg-Warner T-96 transimission. It has the optional electric start as well as the headlights. The second Bronco is a basket case, but is mostly there. The second Bronco has the optional adjustable front end on it, which I would transfer to the tractor I'm keeping. My plan is to make one really nice tractor from the two, and then put the second one together and sell it. I only want one. There's enough there of the second one for someone to either restore it or use it for parts. Anyway, here are the pictures of the one that I plan to work on to keep for myself. I just took these pictures as soon as I got home and parked the truck. Sorry, they're not the best pictures. I'll take some better ones when the weather is nicer.