Drew, I'd have to disagree. Two sets of cast wheel weights, rear PTO, tiller, 3 point, and a good running 444 in need of some TLC I'd say is worth a $1300 asking price. Although I'm cheap and would try to snag it for $1k.
Not picking on your tractor Joe, but since you are selling it, I doubt I will offend you or hurt any feelings.
About that "good running 444"
I don't know if you guys realize or not but this tractor sat somewhere for 9 years, and was not charging when Joe got it.
He says he got it running easily, but none of us know what kind of condition the inside of that engine or hydraulic system is.
The reason I point this out is because this afternoon found me pulling the head on my 224 to find some pretty massive carbon build up and a leaking head gasket. Mind you, my 321 was running like a scalded dog and strong as an ox, my ignorant self did not notice anything.
That is my experience, learning my machine and performing a needed task. but none of this has been looked at on Joes tractor.
kdursus raises a good point about cleaning the tractor. If you look at how someone maintains (or fails to) the outside of the machine, you can imagine what kind of maintanence schedule they followed. ( the PO not you joe)
I always lean towards undershooting the value on a tractor (or anything) that has no record of hours or of routine maintenance. Some tractors have had rougher lives than others.
That helps offset the hollow feeling in your gut that you may be dealing with a lemon.
Not that your tractor is a lemon, it's sweet.