I think the Ford pulltype is the rarest combine made. I know of one that is or was in a combine used parts yard, & the one that recently was auctioned. I am 40 years old, & have been to a dozen tractor & harvesting shows, Several State Fairs, over 3 dozen county fairs in the last 10 years, & many more before that. I have never seen a working, or usable pulltype Ford in my life. Most people like tractors; But my fixation is the pulltype harvestors. Corn pickers, shellers, combines, & the like. There has to be some out there, & if You know where they were made that may be the place to look the hardest.
Serial #'s Range from #1 - #1307. Years 1956 - 62. IH sold 2 1/2 times more 82's from 1966 - 1974; when pulltype sales all but died! According to my records the Model 607 was the only compact pulltype Ford made, & it was actually a Woods Brothers! Ford bought them in 1957, & the early versions said Woods brothers until sometime in 57 they dropped the name all together in favor of the Ford Logo. If You find another one; Then I wouldnt worry about shipping. Just buy it because it might be 20 years before you see another one.