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I have been trying to get a 50 cart in my price range for a couple years.Within the last month i bought 2.I'm not one to pay top dollar for stuff so i hold out and wait.the first one i bought  has a low serial number (002387) with the green bottom.The tires are flat but fixable.The one was missing valve stem.The second one i bought was from an estate that the previous owner bought it new.I'm the second owner. That one serial number is 008024.That one also has the green bottom.I'm not sure when they started manufacturing the 50 carts,but both carts have the serial decal.If anyone knows about when they started making these carts that info would be appreciated.They were thinking the 2nd one i bought was bought new in 72,but not positive.I know some of you also have these carts so lets see some pictures and maybe serial number so we can see how low or high the numbers go.

The earlier model a little rougher in condition but still pretty good for being  around 45 years old

Wood Rectangle Wood stain Hardwood Gas Wheel Tire Wheelbarrow Wood Automotive tire Tire Wheel Plant Automotive tire Wood Wheel Tire Automotive tire Motor vehicle Green

The newer and nicer one

Tire Wheel Automotive tire Hood Motor vehicle Tire Wheel Vehicle Automotive tire Motor vehicle Tire Vehicle Wheel Plant Automotive tire Tire Wheel Automotive tire Motor vehicle Vehicle
 

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Sorry my wife handles the e-mails and advertising of things I just take the pics.She is better at it than me. Should have sent me a PM on here as I'm on here more than anything. The 80 is still available at a price i thought was very fair for a restored unit but have not rec'd any calls about it. We were away for a few days so may repost it . Sorry you missed it.
 
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