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It's unusual for the smaller hp tractors like that one to accumulate that many hours without engine work but it does happen.
Ask if any work has been done.
That model has the Sims inline injection pump, ask if the oil as been changed in the pump, if not I'd be concerned about the pumps condition.
If it actually does have 7000 hours with no work done to the engine, at minimum it'll need a set of injectors soon.
After enlarging the photo I don't see a power steering pump so I'm going to say it does not have power steering.
If the snow blower is worth $1K US then the tractor is only $2370 US, that's cheap for that model, but if the inj pump needs work you'll be into it for what it's worth, if the engine needs work you could be a little upside down in it but would have a fresh engine that will last for years.
If the engine's tired and the oil hasn't been changed in the inj pump I'd walk away.
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