Today I will post my '41 or '42 David Bradley Handiman jr. Its just a hood - I don't have the rest of the tractor [yet]
It sent 3 of them out to the scrapp yard last yr, as i didnt have any hoods or correct engines to do qanything with them. The hood is the hardest part to find, as most got took off because it was hard to work on the engine when installed. Someone told me once that some went missing because the engine would over heat with it on. The engine, I think it was a model U briggs has a special vacumm fuel tank and is a hot item with engine guys, you dont see many around to restore the tractor with. The going price for one right now is over $200, so restoring the tractor is hard as it not worth much more than the engines cost.
A funny thing about the jr is its cultivator unit shows up complete, on the 1947 Co-op Blackhawk tractors. Its not that its similar, but the excatly same bolt for bolt unit. Makes one wonder how it would have gotten there, and maybe where it came from orginally.