Help me ID this tractor

deadfrednc

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One of my coworkers called dibs on this tractor that came in scrap that he wants to restore but he's not able to tell to much about it. We are looking for any info that can help him in the restoration process. These are all the pics I have at the moment if you need any specifics let me know and I'll get them asap. Thanks for the help ImageUploadedByTapatalk1415059508.200895.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1415059519.893496.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1415059529.812555.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1415059542.573460.jpg

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Looks like a Farmall H. Not positive. Mine is at my parents house and I don't see it much. They all kind of look alike but that one looks big. If it is they are pretty common and parts should be easy to come by.

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Pretty sure that's a farmall 200, which replaced the super c. They made em '54-'56. Nice little tractor. Looks like your friend has some work ahead of him. Red power magazine should have a list of vendors for aftermarket and used parts.
 

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It looks quite a bit like our old Farmall model "H". I've not seen one with a single front wheel, but I think that's probably more of an option. The headlights, steering column, and battery box under the seat look like model "H" stylings.

GG

EDIT: Looking at it more, the steering column does look different than an H. I think an H steering column goes over the hood a little more instead of down the side like this one.

GG
 

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Is there anything I can do or shot a pic of that can help get a positive ID on it. Thanks for your info that's great and yes he does have some work ahead but it does have a front axel it's just not attached
 

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I think mce5802 is correct, this looks like a Farmall 200. They usually have a "200" emblem at the front edge of the hood. It's hard to tell from your photo if there used to be one and it's missing, or if there never was one. Look on Google Images for "Farmall 200". Looks like a good match.

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Yea guys after a little research and your help it looks like a 200 it does have hole toward the front of the farmall emblem so there used to be another emblem there I'll check the other side a little better.
 
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