I saw the same thing AND waited too long until I truly had the equivalent of a dead / nearly unsupportable tractor that I also have difficulty operating. So when Karen said go shopping, I went shopping! Haha. I feel a little bad that the little Ford will be unceremoniously dumped into the wholesale market but no room to hang on to it waiting on a “loving restorer” type to come along and buy it, and definitely no room or time to part it out for the “loving restorer” people. Just the way it goes with equipment sometimes. You get attached because it’s been “in the family” but at the end it becomes time to get the new tool. I should have this conversation with myself about the crap in the garage too. I’m never going to reach for the hand crank bench grinder that grandpa owned... to use it for anything. Ever. But it’s sure a cool old piece of gear. Maybe the new tractor will help me by making it easy to throw things away in the bucket and then easily into a dump trailer to take to the dump? Hahaha. Don’t look. Just shovel. Yeah it was grandpas. Chuck it anyway. Pick a couple nice old tools to keep and toss the garbage, man. Sigh. Ha.