Those were good solid tractors, but not acreage tractors. Considered a 3 plow tractor so the 7' disk is a toy to it. Big thing with them is the suck gas like there is no tomorrow. IH answered that problem with the larger fuel tank, which your has. Only 2 hydraulic outlets so a loader with hyd. bucket and 3 point won't work together. Somebody painted the grill and side panel white. The 350,450,etc had the white grill and side panel. No TA either and the fenders are the wrong size. Those came from a much smaller tractor like a letter series. Swinging draw bar is broke up, no roller. Stay with the fast hitch and get some fast hitch equipment. 3 point units are darn expensive any more, even one off a parts tractor. No power steering either or the ring has been removed from the steering wheel. A loader w/o power steering will not work unless your on hard ground all the time. You can add power steering with a Charlyn Torque divider but they aren't cheap either. The hydraulic pump has been replaced which is a plus. Will probably have to have the control valves for the hydraulic rebuilt as they tend to start leaking and slow working about ever 3 or 4 years if they are used much. Sorry to tear your tractor apart like this but facts are facts. I had one for 5 years doing custom haying. Run it on the baler and grapple to pick up 8 bales at a time. Way to much tractor for 4 A. but have fun and do what ever you want, it is your tractor.
The 7' disk is all I have, I would like to get a disk maybe around 10', but I'm going to use this one for now. All of these old tractor drink the gas so that's not a big worry. I have a 3 spool valve that I will add to the tractor for the loader so that will give me another port on the front for a grapple. I'm planning on painting the tractor red, a lot of people back in the day painted them with the white so they looked more modern. This does have the TA and it works great!. The fenders are the correct size but they are mounted to low. I will get spacers to put under them so they will stand a little taller then the tires. The same fenders were also used on the C, H, M, 300, 400 and probably a couple more models. The drawbar isn't to bad, it's not missing the roller, the 400 does not have a roller. I'm going to buy a 3-pt quick hitch and mount it to the 2-pt draw bar (like the photo attached) but this one will be attached to the 2-pt drawbar it's self so I can still have a drawbar at all times. Fast hitch attachments are very hard to find around here, they all went to the scrap and what ever is left over is very expensive, this way I can use the same attachments from tractor to tractor. The loader won't be useless with power steering, it'll be harder to steer but it will work for now, I have a steering valve and cylinder so I can convert it over to power steering when I get the time. I did this same thing to my Kubota and it works great. I know those charlyn power steering systems aren't cheap, I have sold lots of them through the years when parting out tractors. The valves aren't leaking yet, hopefully they will last me a while.
I am starting out with 4 acres, I am hoping to lease or buy around 10 t0 25 acres, I will like to get up to 50 acres if I can afford it. This tractor was a reasonable price and I didn't want to ruin my little 20hp Kubota working it to hard.