I don't know exactly where the model number is on the loader.
If it's still there at all. The tags disappear over the years.
It's hard to tell from just the one picture, but the hydraulics for
that loader are probably ran off a front mounted "stinger" pump.
That makes them live hydraulics and separate from the tractor's
internal hydraulics. Normally considered a good thing both ways.
From the picture, I think that tractor has been setting a while.
Possibly a few years, but I'd guess more than a few.
If the engine will roll over, it will run. But it may smoke badly, etc.
I have a recent post of one I saved from the scrapper that does.
Get it home, drain the gas, change the oil, clean the carb and
put a good/new set of spark plugs in it.
Probably have to change the points to get good spark to those plugs.
Many folks like to soak the cylinders in Automatic Transmission Fluid
or Marvel Mystery oil for a week or so before you roll it over.
It can help free up the rings and improve compression.
I have had mixed success with that kind of soak, but other
than a couple dollars it doesn't hurt anything.
The YT Ford forum has a bunch of Ford specific experts.
If you want to post over there, I'm sure they'd be willing to help
out with anything you run into as well! Ford Forum
Whether you were looking for this one or just lucked into it, you
ended up doing pretty well.
That is one of Ford's models with live hydraulics/3 pt hitch, improved
hydraulics over previous models, stronger rear end and power steering.
You will definitely want that power steering to use the loader.