Girl and I on 1939 tractor which a neighbor and I restored from rusty condition on one of the wheels, and painted. Another close neighbor died and gave it to me 15 years ago.
One had to rotate the flywheel by hand there on the left to get the 2 cylinder to start. It usually popped right off since there are petcock reliefs on the cylinders to allow reduced pressure in the cylinders whilst starting.
We don't farm, so don't know what to do with it except maybe haul firewood, pull a dead tree, or drag someone out of a muddy/ snowy road.