They are good tractors for their day.
No bells or whistles, very basic, easy to repair. It is not for the snow flake crowd, no power steering, stiff clutch, requires thinking and planning for safe operation. One thing for certain though, it will never, ever need the computer flashed by the dealer! LOL
Just take in consideration, you are looking at a 70 year old machine. Unless it was someones baby and kept under cover and properly maintained, expect to have problems.
The wiring will likely need replacing, easy job. The radiator will probably need recoring or replacing. The gas tank may be rusted out. The hydraulics could need attention, especially if it sat outside with water in the gearcases for years. Tires are expensive.
They don't demand much on the market. If in excellent condition, $2000 is top dollar, goes down from there.