We had a 58 Deutz two cylinder that really did not have the muscle for the job. A Fergie TED petroleum/petrol tractor proved not practical. So when I ran into the 54 Major I was pleasantly surprised.
It is a very solid design with cast/iron wheels that keep the nose down. Solid engine that gives 42 horsepower but seems a lot more. With good compression, it starts almost immediately---hot or freezing cold. The implement's lift is incredible strong.
My retired neighbor had a wage company. He used three Majors in the 50s and 60s and is still impressed by their power and endurance. Take care of oil changes and she will survive you.