In my opinion it looks worth the price. I got one in much worse condition for only slightly less and I don't regret it one bit.
If it has the three point hitch it would be very handy for you because you could use any category 0 attachments within reason. You may already know this but they do not have a standard PTO
so no PTO
attachments other than PK
branded rototillers, mowers, and so forth, unless you want to do allot of modifications. I am pretty close to positive it doesn't have dual transmissions from looking at the picture. For rototilling it is almost a must to have the dual trannies but that adds quite a bit to the value. You can get away with tilling with a single tranny but I hear it is just a little to fast in first gear to really work up the soil. These tractors are amazingly well built and I doubt you will be disappointed. As everyone else mentioned, if it is a Tecumseh it is a repower and just check out the engine for smoking and knocking unless you want to put another engine on it. And be forewarned that PK
clutches have about 1 inch of travel from released to engaged and until you get used to it, it can be pretty rough starting out.
It sounds like these would be the perfect tractors for your operation.
Sorry for my rambling and disjointed post. I communicate better face to face....... (I hope:confuse:)