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A trip to an island of abandoned toys

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Since the salvage yards, in my vicinity, are now taking used batteries, i found myself (despite the rain) taking a few pics of the Toy PILE!


The one item (see inset on left margin) it looks like some attachment to maybe act as a grader, since it has a ladder hitch. above that in the pile the spreader looks like it could be converted into a weight. box.I was amazed at the quantity of good tires, and rims.Across from the main pile, was this poor wreck, looks like a Hydro tranny. Could not get to label for a model#


Back to the main pile, at the far right side, more simplicity "iron".Given some $, I could have a ball "un-scrapping" some goodies!





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quote:Originally posted by SmilinSam

Looks kind of like a Wheel Horse snowblower flipped upside down..

id="quote">That was my first thought too...

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