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Model 1450A, out of 2498 Massey Ferguson model 1450's units there were less than a 1000 that were 1450A models; those with factory three point and rear PTO. I got the missing rear pin/draw hitch as well. It did cost me a 200 mile round trip ride to get it, but glad to have it along with a complete 48" dozer blade, and rebuildable deck.

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16 minutes ago, Stormin said:

  Worth it to you to get, especially with the attachments, but I think it's ugly. :sorry:

I'll take that as a compliment, because I know how you feel about Bolens tractors, people say the same thing to me about driving Dodge/Chrysler vehicles.

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45 minutes ago, Stormin said:

  Worth it to you to get, especially with the attachments, but I think it's ugly. :sorry:

 

I like it even if Norm thinks it's ugly... :lol:

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5 hours ago, WestwoodGazelle said:

Looks like quite a beast, I'd say definitely worth the trip if it was free! :thumbs:

Thanks, Its a 14 horse power Kohler K321AS with the Sunstrand hydro, meaning it was a early 1977, probably way less than 1000 of these models built and they sell for over 800.00 in decent shape around here. I don't know of ANY garden tractor with a beefier 3 point, these shared a lot of similarities with the 1972-1976 Massey Ferguson MF-14, but the foot pedal hydro with controls on the side for the two speed hydro (with variable speed adjustment) and individual lift levers (two hydraulic cylinders) put this tractor and its larger model 1650 sister in the Wheel Horse D-160, John Deere 300, and Ariens GT class. These were only built two years, for both the 1450 and 1650 models. the larger models the 1655 and 1855 were of very limited production as well, but they had twin cylinder 16 and 18 hp Onans, something I never mess with.

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