My Grandpa had a 62, 64 & a 76 throughout his farming career, though I only remember the 76. However, it was my Great Uncle (IH dealer) who told me of the finer points in the progression of those pull-type combines. From what I see, it's a 64. The 62 was similar in design, but had a rounded back like the 42, 52, 140, etc. The 64 had the hood over the separator flattened & shortened a bit. The 76 was real close to the 64, but the dead give-away was the "New" fold out auger on the side of the grain tank as opposed to the front.
As for dates, the 62 was made from '41 to '51, the 64 was from '51 to '54 & the 76 was '55 to '58.
The power unit in your pic is the Continental L-head engine, can't remember the c.i.d.
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