In Reply to: 1946 2N posted by tractorfix on January 08, 2019 at 04:37:04:
It's nice to find stuff like this. Be sure you look closely at the engine, electrical, and hydraulic systems. Rubber and paint don't mean squat. Look for signs of welds, oil, and water leaks around the block and head. Often they get painted over to mask them. We have a checklist here -see LINK below on what to do BEFORE cranking over a tractor that has been setting for a few years. You'll want to check both oils for signs of water contamination too. The price is about average for a good N these days -down $1k from ten years ago. Hope it works out for you.