Tough to say. I've bought a few things from him over the years, and his prices are often quite reasonable. If he wants to get rid of them, then they might be quite reasonable. Plus, he's in Ontario. With the exchange rate, whatever his price is, you can take off probably 35% if you have US dollars.No price so likely a arm and a leg!
I can find that out, or at least part of the story. I can tell you that it does have a Mead tag because I took a picture of it when I was there. The tag says that it's a Mead Mighty Mouse, model M6 0 8 (? - last number is hard to read), serial # 54 4 5. I also know the fellow who owned it before him. It seems to me he said something about it being a custom piece or something? Not sure exactly what that means, and I can't remember the exact story or how he knows that. I could ask to find out, if someone's serious about it though.Is that something he custom made from mead parts? Never ever seen wide stance let alone high sprocket on a mead. maybe made high crop for garden. I see all kinds of possibilities of attachments for that machine.
It is neat. Really wide. Definitely seems made for a specific purpose, though I could be wrong.I want that puppy!!
Tough to remember but it seems to me the fellow who owned it before him told me something about it being made for vegetable fields or something in the Holland Marsh area (black muck area that grows lots of vegetables). Anyway, don't quote me on that as it's really fuzzy. I may be completely wrong, but again, could ask him, if someone's serious.Is that something he custom made from mead parts? Never ever seen wide stance let alone high sprocket on a mead. maybe made high crop for garden. I see all kinds of possibilities of attachments for that machine.