There was an older gentleman that had an auction yesterday. He took over his fathers "scraping" business many years ago. I say scraping very loosely because not much was really scraped (which is a good thing). He had a stroke 5 or so years ago and decided it was time to liquidate his "inventory". He mainly dealt with all the old horse drawn implements but had tons of other things also.
I managed to get a few things of interest.
First is a Bolens LK . Kinda rough but fixable. Figured on making a butt buggy out of it 'til his next auction in the spring.
A walk behind I can't figure out what brand it is.
Has a different ingauging system on it. The whole engine slides to tighten the belt.
A couple of sulkies.
A Midland with a sickle attachment.