Hi All! I've been lurking on this forum for a few days, and now I just had to post! Two years ago I came back to the US after growing up mostly abroad, and needed to do some serious yard work. I bought a wheel horse; the first one I could find, only because my mom recommended the brand. It came with a plow and a rusty but working mower deck. Last year I used the plow a whole tonne - and that thing would plow! If there was a pile too big, I just needed to back up, and gather some speed before hitting the pile, everything would move! The tractor was unstoppable! Exhilarating! I loved it! This year I finally got the deck welded together and started mowing - it was amazing! That thing ran over and chewed up everything in its path...Bushes, brambles, trees, rocks, until a bolt snapped, and the blade, bolt, washer, and spindle cap went God-knows-where. And thus began my baptism into the Wheel Horse world. After much searching, visits to the local Toro dealer, and about 5+ hours of driving, I have collected spares for everything except the missing blade. I've also learned that I am the proud owner of a unicorn; one of the rarest wheel horse tractors, and an even rarer mower deck. What I have: 1979 Wheel Horse C-111 tractor, 11HP Briggs&Stratton engine, 8 Speed, Model 91-11B801-22782. Apparently it was only made that one year. Luckily, from the looks of it, I THINK that I can use attachments from other C series tractors, am I right?1979 36" Rear Discharge Mower Deck, Model 95-36MR00-09449 (the only place I could find that model number was on TORO website; all other sites only listed the 36MR01) (I love the rear discharge though) (I also learned that this is the only one that uses a needle bearing journal on the spindle without an inner race, and the only one with heavy cast-iron spindle caps, and also the only one with a double-D hole on the blade with two additional guide pins)1979 42" plowSand-filled wheel weights on the rear wheels.It is in decent condition. By that I mean, not much rust at all, good seat, new fuel lines, everything works, but a rat chewed the spark cable (patched it with electrical tape). The paint is pretty tired. For starters, I have a few questions:Where can I get a blade?Am I right that any other C series attachments should fit? I'm looking for the grader blade attachment, a front loader. and perhaps an electric generator.Should I buy a second deck (would like to upgrade to 40")? Which decks should I avoid? This is a workhorse, my only tractor, not a toy or show piece.As noted elsewhere, Wheel Horses have the tendency to multiply! Well, I'm facing that now... and wanted to ask: What is a model I can look for that won't leave me stranded for parts! Thank you! P.S. Pictures to come, some day. I am very bad at uploading pictures!