The cylinder that raises and lowers the blade is leaking fluid terribly bad and makes for slow work waiting on the blade to move.
I m not a tractor expert, but it appears to be a 1940 s SC model No electric start. I grandchild would love to see somebody restore, or use it for parts instead of it rotting away.
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My father is in the process of selling his farm and his father s my grandpa s tractor was a 1939 Farmall B which he still has.