Thinning the collection of items I don’t plan to use in the future.
You already missed out on the giant old planer that I got with the shop property.
Still have the remains of a vintage kit SAWMILL to go, including some narrow-gauge RR iron & wheels, carriage uprights, and so on.
Vintage cement mixer, I used this for building several of my buildings and garages, can be turned by hand or by the old lawnmower motor mounted on it. It will handle a half bag of cement or so.
Giant old truck or tractor mount snowblower: BROS equipment heavy duty single-stage snowblower, used to be mounted on a big Dodge military truck and run off a wisconsin engine, it really needed a bigger engine. Has gear box and driveshaft, and several chutes. If you need a serious snowblower and have a rig big enough to carry it, this is the tool! Very heavy! Not one of those tinny blowers to mount on a pick up. Asking $1200 cash this week, until Jan 8th. This is a good project for a guy who needs to clear a long drive and has a large truck or tractor. Very heavy duty!
I have a flathead 6 cylinder Dodge motor, army surplus, probably early to mid 1950’s with a stand, radiator and governor. It was designed to be a portable power source, it has a multi-sheave pulley hub on the flywheel. I did a valve job on it years ago. Been stored ever since. I was going to use it to power the big snowblower using hydraulic pumps, but my Meyers plow on a pickup sufficed. So, this is for sale too.
World War II 2 cylinder Onan back up generator, I used this at my cabin for years to back up the solar system. Made a nice pooka-pooka sound that called in lots of grouse. Eventually, I seems to have blown a head gasket, so I replaced it with a modern honda generator. Shold be fairly easy to fix, for the vintage equipment buff. 120V/ probably 1500-2000W, fairly easy on gas, water cooled, looks neat, has a handy lifting ring on the top!