I took this off a Cub Cadet model 70, I tested it so far as to run a small drill and drop light, seems to work well.
It was mounted off to the right side. (It was being powered with a 7hp engine)
Rated at 17.4 amps / 2000 VA, which translates to about 2000 watts with a power factor of 1.
Generator says Dayton on it, its painted CC yellow, but would work on just about any vintage tractor with the ability to run a belt driven accessory.
Its likely too heavy to ship, my shipping scale goes to 70 lbs and it exceeds that, not sure by how much.
Its about the same size as a 5hp compressor motor, maybe a bit longer.
It spins easily and quiet and the brushes are likely close to new in length. I don't think its had much use.
I do not have any of the brackets, all were homemade and welded to the frame on the CC. The belt ran off a double pulley on the starter generator. It sat just above the right front wheel on a shelf connected to the right frame rail.
I've also seen these driven by the mule drive up front. With some homemade brackets it could be mounted on just about anything.
$200 to anyone here, ------------- located in Southern NJ about an hour south of Philly.