It looks like the tower may have been mounted upside down. The tapered end
of the section where the rotor is mounted, is cappped with heavy steel
plate, which would normally be used at the base, for a pier pin or base
insulator. Maybe someone inverted the tower and used the tapered base
section to mount the rotor assembly?
In its condition, whole thing might be worth $100, but not much more.
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