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IH 606 value and thoughts

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08-19-1999 21:46:42

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I have a chance to buy a '65 606 from my uncle. It has been sitting uncovered for about 15 years, the motor is free, but I think it needs a clutch. the sheetmetal is slightly rusty. It has a new rear tire. It doesn't have a 3pt. hitch. Any thoughts or opinions of this tractor?

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08-20-1999 06:15:49

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 Re: IH 606 value and thoughts in reply to John, 08-19-1999 21:46:42  
My father has had one of these for 20+ years.I spent alot of time on it when I was at home.Was allways a good reliable tractor.His had a TA which gave it good speed range for most jobs.Also has far more power than it's tires could handle,seemed a bit traction limited in some respects. The 6 cylinder engines allways seemed to run much better than the 4's. His was equiped with a Westendorf loader which was very nice,although the hydraulics allways seemed a bit slow,however they were alsos very control-able which was nice for a loader. Value wise,I'm not sure.They are apparently somewhat rare(at least in Iowa) as his is the only one I've ever seen.I know he had a heck of a time finding sheet metal after it had a run-in with a tornado.The parts seem to be fairly easy to get however as most seem to be common with the 460/560. If your looking for a project and something that you could use when your done,go for it.

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