Anybody know anything about antiques? My husband and I pulled this out of a barn this weekend. It belongs to our older friend Earl and his mother. It is our goal to try to sell it for them. It was stored in the hay mow of barn. It hadn't been moved since 1943. It was actually easy to get out because my husband made some ramps for it. This is what I do know about it. It was made by Paul H Exley of Hancock, Michagan (in the Upper Penninsula). We know that he started his company in 1888 so we are guess this was made in the late 1800's-early 1900's. It was bought by our friend Earl's father in 1943 and put immediately into the barn where it remained until this last Saturday. We got most of the dirt and bird poop off of it yesterday. The canopy is completely leather as well at the seat and dash. It is complete with the shafts and two team poles. It is unrestored but in excellent condition. I really wish we could keep it but it needs to be sold. What do you guys think about it?