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05-06-2002 20:29:39

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Have read archive articles on the internation 424 tractor. i am considering buying one. $4500 is asking price. '65 model, diesel-rebuilt top to bottom, ps, hi-low trans, diff lock. looks to have all original paint and decals (in very good condition-slightly faded), no rust or dents, rubber is 90%. will be buying it to keep and use on small farm. is ford 3000 a better option in same condition?

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05-07-2002 06:39:24

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 Re: 424 opinions in reply to john, 05-06-2002 20:29:39  

I have the IH 444 which is the next iteration of the 424(1967-1971). Basically the same tractor. I was never an IH man. This tractor has convinced me. I work mine hard mowing about 25 acres with a 90 inch mower. Can't say enough good about mine.


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05-07-2002 04:00:16

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 Re: 424 opinions in reply to john, 05-06-2002 20:29:39  
I think either the Ford or the IH 424 will do your work. However, I expect the Ford is going to cost you more and is no better a tractor. The 424 you found sounds like a good one, especially if it has Power Steering and Live PTO. I think these were both options, but many had the PS and Live PTO. I had a gasoline 424 for several years and it was a very good tractor. It did not have the PS, whick was the main reason I got rid of it. I think $4500 is a pretty good price for the tractor you've found. I would buy it.

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