Excellent runner with power steering .
Nice running tractor with factory power steering, matching tires. Early version; no stainless "W" on the hood.
Big Ole' "Lunker" has power steering and fender extensions. Purchased out of N. Dakota .
This is another "keeper". Everything is right about this tractor. Less than 900 of these were built
One of my "Keepers". I like the Torque Amplifier. These were built one year and only 3006 produced
This is the diesel version and is a later model as it has the channel frame
This is the channel frame, gas version. What makes this tractor unique is the nice old repaint like that of the 350's and 450's
I am lucky to own two of these. Was able to save it before too many parts were sold off it. Update: Found a correct head and power steering. Tractor is now running
A nice early tractor (note cast frame) with only 2336 hours, when this picture was taken 10-00. Live hydraulics, and belt pulley . I have been using it on the feed grinder
Look what I found!! Another factory original. The big decision will be as to which one to keep!!
A nice early tractor (note cast frame) with only 2336 hours, when this picture was taken 10-00. Live hydraulics, and belt pulley. I have been using it on the feed grinder
Has the rare All Fuel attachment. Also has live hydraulics, hour meter, remote hydraulic outlet and jar air clearer
The cab was put on this tractor shortly after it was new. The steering center cap still looks very good as does the rest of the interior. There are other cabs like this one in the region of the USA where it spent it's working life.
Pretty decent tractor. Has a few problems I need to work on, but is basically sound. Rear tires are like new. Would like to find a power steering unit for it. Has a "100 yard" paint job that I would like to improve.
Tractor runs decent after it warms-up. Has nice fenders and power steering. No antifreeze or diesel in the engine oil. Restorable low production tractor
I know of only a four others that are factory legit. If there are more out there, please contact me.
By securing this tractor, I now have all the W450 fuel versions; LP Gas, Diesel, (are there All Fuels?) and Gasoline. This tractor is running. Had a stuck valve. Runs clean with good oil pressure. About 700 gas versions were built, including LP Gas.
Good running tractor with decent sheet metal and tires
Reportedly, there were 36 gas tractors built, all in "56. Here is one that is not in many of the books, There were a few numbers issued for '57. This is one of them and a gas to boot
A hard to find tractor. Has good matching tires, good sheet metal, and runs good. Is for sale.
Good runner, has the LP head. Approximately 2000 W400's built total in all fuel versions. Anyone want to buy the 23 x 30 tires? They have to come off this tractor!! May put them on the 706 Wheatland
Just my luck! After getting the disappointing one from Al Nickel in Canada, I run across this one. A great runner.
Nice straight tractor, but the engine plays the knock/knock game.
Update: The tractor had an engine major and the TA repaired 10-04
There were 1794 W450's built total. What percentage would have been LP gas? This one has been through the shop
Upon arrival from Kansas.
The sheet metal is near perfect, one fender has a bend. Engine stuck.
Just back from the restoration shop. Complete engine rebuild, etc...A real sharp tractor
Displayed at the Ohio Farm Science Review
I like the looks of this tractor. It is straight, runs good, TA works, tach works showing 3800+ hours (actual?). 5488 built with gas and diesel engines.
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