I've got a demilled U.S. M-1 81mm that would go great with this, but I expect it to sell for a pretty high price. The brackets are unobtainable as well, and I don't know of anyone duplicating them. So it goes.
I don't figure it will sell for much . It is an early model made before they started to put in all the holes to make them be whatever cart you wanted by adding the proper brackets . This is only for the 81 , can't be used for anything else without ruining it , brackets are non-existant , mortar owners are rare , and it needs a total overhaul . I would guess $3-400 as it sits . Restored with the brackets , $4,000 or up . But .... where you gonna get the brackets ?
But....if two guys have the brackets.....who knows how much it could fetch.
It really bothers me when people won't come out and say what they want for something, if you really want to sell it put a starting price on it! Other then the aluminum rims it looks the same as the rest of the carts, being a mortar cart isn't that great if it doesn't have all the special brackets.
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