IHC grain drill.
It looks to have the single disk openers on it, unpopular here. One with double disk openers in that shape would go $300 on auction on a good day, I don't know how badly the single disk would hurt it 'here'. Perhaps in your region the single disk openers are more popular and would be a good, not bad, thing? Donno.
Important thing on drills and such is the seed mechanism. If it was put away with oats or leaves and debris inside the boxes, and left to rust and gum up and pit out, then it reduces to scrap metal pretty quickly. The working parts need to work, it doesn't matter how the outside looks so much. It needs to work to have value.
Locally grain drills fell in value greatly, hardly got $100 for one 20 years ago, a dime a dozen. Now a good working one has gone back up in value, see thrm fetch $400-600 again.
I'm going to guess yours is in sorta crummy condition inside the boxes, based on your other equipment, and is not worth the high end here.....