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Tractor of the week # 26 450


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I don't have many good pictures. My 450s all need some form of loving . 

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Sorry some of these are sloped bad ...

 

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Top one is what turned into my pulling one. One at the auction is what I grew up with, wish I would have bid on that one !!  It shows a dent on the right hood and I want to ask the owner of the nice one I have pictures of from the 2019 Bloomsburg show with his 230 . He was at the farm on Thursday working on the coal stove. His 450 has all the same features as ours did 

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Some action shots 

 

 

 

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The neighbors 450 

 

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16 minutes ago, HMR said:

My 350, 450, and 650 in Beadle County, SD.

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That 650 is like what I dream about

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Sharp tractors, looking forward to seeing more.  On and off through the years I've considered picking up a 450/400  but there are already a Super C, H, and M on the farm wanting attention- and work, mostly-  I don't have for that sort of tractor any longer.

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All pics I’ve taken. Sorry if any are doubles. (Bitty and I share pics sometimes 😊)  I really like the W450 gas tractor farther down in the pics.  

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1 hour ago, Sledgehammer said:

All pics I’ve taken

Don’t you have a 450 too hammer? At least I thought you did. 

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24 minutes ago, IHhogfarmer said:

Don’t you have a 450 too hammer? At least I thought you did. 

I have a 350 that was a family machine, unrestored. 

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29 minutes ago, Sledgehammer said:

I have a 350 that was a family machine, unrestored. 

Ahh that’s right, very cool!!

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18 hours ago, INTERNATIONAL 1466 said:

This week we are going way back to the 450. How many 450's do we have out there? Bitty, I expect some shots from you. So let's see some 450's.

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Ohhhhh! So close. I had a 400 for a while. That tractor was one luggin' sonofagun! Traded it off for a 460.... which really did not have the same amount of beans as the 400. I now tend to agree with people that state the 460 is an H with two extra cylinders & some other refinements.

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 These are my 450's. Bought new, never restored...😎   One with 4 row cultivator, the other is a 450 LP. Original reason l bought them was l wanted to switch the cultivator to the LP 450 so l would have a model of one like my Dad had many years ago but just haven't got around to it.

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Dad purchased a 450 at the IHC dealer with about 500 hours on it when it in 1960. Before it came home it was converted to LP Gas. One heck of a good tractor. We ran that tractor for several years and in about 62 he added a 560 LP Gas that came from the factory as a LP Gas model. It was never as good as the 450 in fact the 450 was 53 HP on the dyno and the 560 was 59 and one thing when working them tractors the 560 took a quart of oil a day. I remember later on after the 806's came along dad put the 450 back on gasoline and it was not nearly as good a tractor then as on LP. Dad had a older guy working for him when i was born and when i was 19 1/2 dad died and the guy was still working for dad. I remember that old guy hated the 560 but loved the 450.

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5 hours ago, stoney1918 said:

Not really much history with mine, both came from auctions not running. This was taken just after the one in the foreground came off the trailer. The big spot on it around the exhaust is from the muffler having no bottom in it.

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Power adjust rims, I thought that was a massey, Chalmers and ford thing. Dont see any ih with them around here.

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1 minute ago, JaredT said:

Power adjust rims, I thought that was a massey, Chalmers and ford thing. Dont see any ih with them around here.

It was an option but I’m like you, don’t see many here either. 

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25 minutes ago, Sledgehammer said:

It was an option but I’m like you, don’t see many here either. 

 

27 minutes ago, JaredT said:

Power adjust rims, I thought that was a massey, Chalmers and ford thing. Dont see any ih with them around here.

Wasn't available for the earlier ones. Outs had them when I was a kid. They might have been invented during that time frame

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Just took this picture Saturday of Grandpa's 450 diesel when I was unloading beans. I've been running it quite a bit on the auger this fall. When I was younger I didn't start it because I wasn't sure about the whole start on gas procedure. After I finally did it once I realized it isn't any big deal.

Great-grandpa bought it new in 1956 and the tach rolled over once before it quit working many years ago. Now it is the main auger tractor, along with the 350 diesel. Has its original work clothes on. Has gone through 2 heads back in the day.

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