Neither of these seem like a real deal to me. They both are going to need some work to get them going again. The pull type would be the hardest to use but you maybe able to find the parts for it easier. There are many of them being made after market for them. The self propelled machine would be nicer to use but may cost way more to fix.
As far as your IH "H" pulling the combine. It would work if you are pretty level. It would be kind of heavy if you have real steep ground.
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