We've got 5-6 yards in a nice neighborhood that is struggling with many vacant lots. The builder has gone out and the bank now owns all of the vacant lots. The voice for the Home Owners Association suggested I give them a price to cut the street edge of the vacant lots, about the 1st 8' from the curb. After taking a couple of overgrown properties last year I'm reluctant to do it with my current equipment at any price. It is mostly grass at about 2' tall at this time and there are about 20 of the vacant lots. It would probably be an ongoing maintenance deal since new construction has completely stopped here. There are already several vacant bank owned homes in the neighborhood. I've looked at a 42" Troy Bilt sickel bar mower that could be a good winter refurb project. I would love to buy a tractor with a bush hog, but don't have the space or money to put in one. Who's got some experience with a sickel bar mower, I've not used one in 20 years and that was for hay cutting attached to the tractor. The 1st cut would more than pay for the mower and needed parts.