Whoa hold up BB. 2 grand for a loboy. a measly 2K for the finest peice of engineering ever to come from the loins of the great Cyrus McCormick. Ok maybe not that great, but your talking like a tractor jockey . My 154 has a creeper, dual brakes, 3 point, 5 foot international deck, new paint and decals, new wires, new harness, zenith carb, turf tires, a grader blade, a box blade, a one bottom plow, a 4 foot disc, a cultivator and 1/2 a unit of my blood and the end of my pinky finger somewhere inside it. And your given 2 K I won't take a dime less than 2100.
just kidding you pirates leave me alone. GT
PS they work great, Mow pretty and are comfotable to drive but they are old and one should match the job to the tractor. Grandpa went to California in a Model T one time but he "wouldn't reccomended it" If your pulling stumps or mowing around 200 trees then get a JD or Ford 20 hp diesel too pull the stumps and a zero turner to mow the forest. They are fun to tinker with and cheaper than restoring a model A or 55 t-bird. The main thing is to have fun with it. If you would rather be golfin or fishin or huntin or anything elsein don't mess with them. Kind of like picking your poison. GT