~Fort Madison, Ia (mapquest it)
~It's a Ferguson, alot like a Ford 9N, but with overhead valves
~3 point? check alont witha homemade-ish front loader
~Getting it running and transported would probably be the biggest part, as for monetary, you would have to talk to our granny, she owns it, but it hasn't moved in a few years.
Just curious what type of Fergy, I have a TO-30. They are great tractors. My dad rebuilt the motor in ours back in the early 80's. Only prob we ever had is we never fixed the chargin system, so we have to plug it in sometimes.
Easy to still get parts for if ya serach teh web or common things can be bought at most local tractor places.
Oh the model, on ours at least, has the a plate riveted by the gauges with the model # on it.