Welcome to GTT. That looks like a Simplicity from around 1966 or 67. You have lucked into one of the great tractors. Check our Manuals Section for the Manuals. It is the same as an Allis Chalmers B-10. Checkout www.simpletractors.com to learn the history and see what attachments were produced. BTW the pulley on the front is very desireable. Please be very carefull taking it off and storing it . Good Luck, Rick
I just realized that you made out very well. There is $200 worth of original Simplicity wheel weights on those back wheels. Also be very carefull when using that plow. It is known as a "frame breaker" because it doesn't have the spring trip mechanism.
That would actually be a 1964 model.
They were the only year to have the black dash, before switching to the white ones in the previous year, which would be a 101 landlord.
The dirt push blades were not available with the trip mechanism, that was only the snowplows, as if you are going fast and hit a stump or what have you, it will flip back, allowing the plow to pass over.
The motor is incorrect, but the correct replacement.
Originally they had a 9hp engine, but it is uncommon to find one with the right motor.
Well thats my two cents, you didnt make out too bad, and nice find!