It may be burning oil and need other repairs, just because its old doesn't always mean its worth a lot of money. Some of these older motors are hard to overhaul, and also get parts.
It might be, you could try to get some clear pictures and post on here, but the longer you wait the better chance of him selling it.So. I asked the seller for more info, including serial number.
He said that the emgine does not smoke. He uses the tractor regularly for snow moving every winter.
And that t is actually a 1964 model. He put 1963 by mistake.
The serial number is: A 18250.
The tractor was purchased in US and brought to Canada.
Is it still worth $850CAD?
Where are these twenty one 110's at if I may ask, or at least what part of Wi.I think they are like everything else and have come down in value. I saw one sell for $10,000 13 years ago. But that was then. I know a gentleman in Wisconsin that owns 21 of the 1963 110's. All of them are restored and have their own custom covers. The last one he bought to restore cost him 3 grand...... I am glad I don't want one.....