I got into the opposite of the problem of separating essential parts and selling them separately: TOO MUCH stuff with the item.
I had a JD A, with powertrol but no 3 point. There was a JD aftermarket 3 point at an auction, but apparently because it was exactly the same color, they had put it in with a Shaver post driver. When they got to the driver, they didn't say anything about a JD 3 point- just said "it comes with all the mounting hardware".
So the dilemma: do you say something and get it separated out, and have to compete with everyone who wants a JD 3 point, or just keep still? I decided on the latter, and just take my chances. I didn't particularly need a post driver, but I ended up buying it for 500 bucks, which was a decent price, and got the 3 point, of course.
Ended up never using the driver, and sold it for about what I paid, so got the 3 point for free. But I got rid of the A, so no need for the 3 point, and I still have it. Will clean it up and sell it, if I ever retire and have time for such projects.