Re: international 140 in reply to David , 08-06-2001 10:01:28
Actually, there is a difference between the two tractors, although it may have been changed by a previous owner. IH sold the International and Farmall lines of tractors. The International lines of tractors were set lower to the ground, for orchard or utility work. The Farmall line was set higher for row crop work. the only difference between the two lines was the size of the back tires and the height of the front axle, which could posisbly have been changed by a previous owner. as far as painting it, the grill is white, the back rims are chrome, the front outer rim is chrome, the front inner hubs are red, and the rest of the tractor is red. that's it. except for decals, which u can pik up somewhere.
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