Well, of the two that you are showing in the pictures, the one with the motor is a 1967 110, and the other one is a 1965 110. They both appear to be in restorable shape, although both will need some work and parts. The '65 of course, will be an engine. You will need to find a Kohler K181S 8hp engine. The '65 is also missing the grill, the gas tank, the idler pulley cover next to the shifter, the shifter quadrant, and will need a variator handle. As for the '67, it appears that there was some major battery leakage, as it looks like the bottom of the dash pedestal is eaten or rusted away pretty good. Not exactly sure what is hanging off the back of the tractor, but hopefully it's not welded to the frame beyond repair. The headlights for this tractor are not originals.
Things to check for would be, making sure the transmission shifts into all gears. 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and reverse. Replacement trannies are available on ebay and Craigslist, however you have to be very trustworthy in the seller representation and honesty. On the '67, turn the engine by hand to make sure it isn't stuck, and also to see if it has compression. The '65 doesn't appear to have the starter/generator shield laying around, and it is very possible that both tractors are missing the pto shields. All of these pieces can be found, but can be expensive to buy when found. Not a big deal, but extra money still spent if restoring back to original.
Other than the engines and transmissions, these little tractors can be very inexpensive. It appears that there is at least one mower deck included? If so, make sure you turn the blades to see if the bearings are good, or if they are rusted fast. Although not that big of a deal, still an added expense to help in price negotiation if needed.
Good luck to you, and I hope you get them. Keep us posted on your status, and maybe give us some detailed pictures of the tractors once you get them home.
Edited by johndeereelfman, March 26, 2015 - 09:56 PM.