Sounds like you could find yourself in the used parts business. Do you have enough room to storeThem?
I've got room for a few, but I took a good number of them over to a buddies place, its one of the lots I plant each year. There's a couple of old barns there that don't get used. Right now I've got one barn nearly full of old tractors after the last lot of tractors I picked up.
The bad part is that a few of the freebie tractors look better than the one's I'm running.
The one 410s looks great but the shaft that runs through the frame from the lift handle is missing, the other two parts machines all have that same rod cut in half. There's also a pair of 7117H's that look decent, just no motors. There is a few good running 12 and 16hp Briggs single cylinder motors though, and there's on Wheel Horse with a minty looking Kohler Magnum 18. (The WH has its rear half cut off with a torch). There's one Ariens with an old 8hp that started right up on the first try, other than a few noisey idler or spindle bearings it runs and cuts grass just fine. There's 4 Ford LGTs, one older model, the rest are in the early 80's, one Jacobsen version, with a 16hp Kohler, two WH B series, Four Bolens 1250s and one 1455 and one 1476, all of the Bolens are complete but none appear to have run in years. Each Bolens has an attachment on it, one with a deck, one with a snow blower, one with a plow, and another with a loader. Two have decks. There's were also a pair of Snapper tractors, one an LT12, the other a YT18H, both are missing their engines but other wise complete. I sold the LT12 on the way home, the guy at the gas station wanted it for parts, so I traded it for a fill up in the truck, about $80. It had four good tires, a good seat, and maybe a good transaxle. It was no use to me so I was glad to not have to store it. I tried to move the other Snapper to but its a lot bigger model. It would probably make someone a good mower if they wanted to put a motor in it.
Along with those there's also a half dozen MTD/AYP models that need to hit the scrap pile minus their 11hp Briggs motors, wheels, and transaxles. I have another load to go get today if the weather holds out, but that don't look too promisiing right now.
If it rains, I'll spend some time in the barn tearing apart the sheetmetal junk just to make some room.
The total list of Simplicity/AC machines now is as follows: (not counting the four machines I owned in the first place).
3012 3 spd missing trans parts
3212 3 spd missing various parts, trans leaked oil all over on the ride home.
3410S x 2 one missing its starter/gen.
3410H runs, but steering seized.
3410 3 spd x2 runs but has carb issues, very rusty below battery.
3415H missing rear axle and diff.
3416H engine not mounted, missing driveshaft couplers.
7013H Missing engine and misc parts off trans.
7016 6spd bent front axle.
7117H x 4 three missing motor, one has 16hp Briggs engine installed but missing driveshaft parts.
7119H x 2 one with single cylinder Briggs, other with single cylinder Kohler Magnum 16, both are otherwise complete.
B1 complete, missing air cleaner assembly and has bad coil.
416S missing nearly all of the external trans parts
416H minus transaxle and engine
410S x 2 both missing engines, both missing lift mechanisms and shafts.
410 3 spd gutted, mostly a hulk with several buckets of parts minus its engine.
Tires are suspect on most, only one 3410H has a deck. None have batteries, most have pretty rough seats if any at all.
Keep in mind that these were all sitting in fenced in area behind a repair shop for years, only a few were under any sort of cover. The Bolens machines and the 7100 Simplicity machines were under an overhang off the back of the building. The rest of these were sitting out in the weather only partially covered with old tarps and trash bags that had long since fallen apart.
At least most were on asphalt. about half of the tires had air, those that didn't wouldn't take air and are dry rotted beyond use.