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b450 roadless

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i like the looks of the b450 roadless, does anyone have opinions on this series . also would like to communicate with someone about one.

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Where are you?

The B-450 is a British built tractor made from 1958 to1970.

The Roadless AWD option is quite rare.

Engine parts (BD-264 engine) are available in Great Britain

I have a list of places, in Britain, that carry parts for older British built Internationals.

Regards from Michael in Australia (send me a PM if you require my list) B)

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Question - 'roadless', what does that mean?

Roadless is the name of the company who did the AWD conversion, did a lot of interesting things like that.

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There is a firm in Cheshire England called John Bownes LTD which have all the old Roadless Tractor parts stock, a lot were fitted to Ford tractors in the 1960s, 70s and early 80s

www.johnbownes.co.uk should you require any spare parts for the 4WD.

Paul

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The Roadless option was only available on the McCormick International (standard) B-450 which was not imported into the US. Parts would be very hard to come by. Only the Farmall B-450 was imported into the USA and it only in certain areas of the South and Texas. The Roadless will not work on a Farmall B-450.

Harold H

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