I found an Ingersoll 446 locally. I don't yet know the year, if it runs, how much the owner wants, or what is wrong with it. What I do know is that it has been outside for over a year, tires hold air, and it looks complete with good condition sheet metal (minor surface rust). What should I be looking for when I get a hold of the owner in two weeks? Any specific things to check and how do I check them if the engine does not run? Any specific problems that are expensive enough to fix that I should walk away? This guy also has a Deere 216 for sale that needs more work cosmetically, and probably internally, but I'm more familiar with Deeres. I like my green machines, but I also know that this Ingersoll might be a real good machine if it is not beyond my skill level to fix. I'm already comfortable with an engine swap, but not familial with the hydraulic system of the Ingersoll. It's different than Deere hydrostatic systems. Any insight will be greatly appreciated. I also want to thank you all for the photos in another thread here as it might help me ID the year of this tractor.