I know that this is ultimately up to me, but I am looking for some 3rd party insight. I am debating selling out every piece of equipment I own but the '99 GT-235. I have played with some numbers on paper, and it looks like I could get roughly $5000 for it all. I would use the money to get a nice low-hour JD 332 or 430 and a trailer heavy enough to haul it on. Should I sell out and consolidate, or should I keep going with what I already have?--which includes: 1969 JD 140 H1 w/ JD #50 cart and homemade disk. 1965 AC Big 10 with 42" mower and 42" blade and 36" rotary snowplow and matching cast iron wheel weights 1987 Honda HT-3813 (liquid cooled inline 2 cylinder engine) 13hp/38" cut 1955? David Bradley 2 wheel walk behind garden tractor with hood, cultivators, snow plow, and plow points, needs new engine which I plan to install myself. 2004 Carry-on 5x8 trailer w/full light set and reflectors There is also a couple of other pieces that could be in this but those are still up in the air as they are tied up in a will . I also have about 7 or 8 junk mowers and about 10 or 12 junk pushmowers that I think I could sell as a lot for parts for something like $300. I would use the GT-235 until I got the replacement machine. Since the GT-235 is a split ownership between my father and me, I'm trying to get my own machine that's new enough that parts are not a problem, and also new enough that it will still have some residual value on down the line. Thanks for your thoughts in advance.