Hey boostmg ! The utility tractor class has been around along time ! Did You find out anything more on the Iseki ? What year it was made , What was your view of the condition , & did the owner state why he was selling it ? As far as the I/H goes I was surprised to see where they where manufactured of all places the UK ! That was a surprise to me anyway, But they are nice looking tractors . The 2 things I would check on the I/H 484 is the parts that are available & is there more than 1 source for parts & the condition of the tires & if there is any blistering of the rear rims & ask the owner if he uses liquid calcium chloride in the rear tire's which is very corrosive & will rust from the inside out on the rims , And that seems to be allot of hrs. but for the age of the tractor it's not , & what is the price difference between the two? & last how much land are You going be working & what will be all the uses of the tractor year round & if You have the time see what the operating cost is between the Iseki TS2810 & the I/H 484 . Here is a picture of my 2 tractors on the left my M-F 1526 /2018 compact & on the right my M-F 50 / 1959 utility . & between the 2 they both compliment each other on what they can do & what they can't do. Take it easy have fun & be safe doing it.Oh! the 2018 M-F 1526 is built by Iseki.Yea it’s a utility which i wasn’t even aware was a class that existed. The machine has 5800 hours on it. I drove it and it seems strong. The paint is all faded, but from a mechanical standpoint it seems it was well maintained and no glaring external issues that i could see.
I’m currently trying to research them as much as i can but again they seem like a unique tractor.
i don’t have a way to transport but will be calling the driver who delivered my Branson to see if he would transport it if i get it.