You are right about the computer thing.. i bet a lot of guys with Jaques tractors just are not online\computer savvy. My father in law in southern Massachusetts has a Jaques Mighty Mite and the more rare Jaques Farm King (with the factory Crosley engine) and he has only ever once tried to post\search about the things. The Jaques Mighty Mites are rare.. but not that rare. i know that just based on serial numbers that i have on file well over 2,000 were made. (i have heard numbers as high as 3k or 5k were made)
The two other tractors that used the Jaques frame: the Ottawa Mule team and Jaques-Frazer tractors are so rare in comparison that those guys tend to congregate.
There used to be a great website with a registry for each of the 3 types. (ottawamuleteam.com) Unfortunately the guy that ran it shut it down or let it expire and most of the info was lost... which is pretty rough. That Ottawa registry at one point had over 50 Ottawa mule team tractors on it! The good news is that another guy has started up the site again and hopefully the registries will one day be back (although now its a complete rebuild from scratch)
To that point TBrooks- that Mighty Mite you posted pictures of is gorgeous!.... so many of Mighty Mites are missing their yellow pin stripe (or guys mistakenly paint it white instead of yellow) If its yours, do you mind me asking what the serial number is if you happen to know the manufacture date (either from the engine serial number or the transmission cast date)?