They say "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder".
My eye beholds this G.T. as a beauty.
But just in case someone " might consider it to be ugly", I'll nominate my 1961 David Bradley Suburban. "Davey"
A freind who is into large tractors happened to see this one when purchasing something else. He let me know where and who to talk to. It was sitting in the back of a barn stall covered with old straw and pigeon poop. I didn't know for sure what it was, but I knew I had to have it! Just a bare bones G.T. no tins at all and didn't want to roll, but home it came.
The brass tag on it said "Sold by Sears & Roebuck". The numbers come up with it being a 1961 model.
The Wisconsin engine refused to co-operate, and got relegated to the bench. It was replaced with a 12 hp kohler from a J.D. 112.
I tried several tire/wheel combos. before settling on dual 6:00x12's. Wheeled and dealed for a 3 pt. and hung a disc off the back.
Not having any tins led me repurpose two Wheel Horse hoods for a hood and belt guard. I have no idea what the seat came from but it is comfortable. This tractor also has the infamous horn that led my wife to instruct me as to a new place to install it.
Davey may not be pretty but he gets a lot of attention and the wife actually likes driving it. Probably because she doesn't worry about scratching it. I enjoyed creating this one as much as restoring some of the others.
To me it's a beauty but feel free to disagree and vote for it's ugliness. Rick