Thanks guys. I was starting to suspect the 130 notion myself but the fella I bought it from says that he grew up near this tractor and used it numerous times before he bought it and he is convinced it is an International 100. The clutch housing definitely has the B suffix meaning it is a 1956 part. The serial tag does not appear to have been tampered with. I can not legitimately read the engine code date with the hydraulic lines in the way but all other casting dates are suffix B. Is there any other method or change of parts that might give a clue to whether this is really a 100 or 130.
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