Are you talking round fender? 63 to 67?
If you are going to restore one, try to buy two. A non running parts 110 is cheaper than the first 5 parts you are going to need
If you want to save money, then buy one already done. I am not a 110 expert although I have one with a mower deck, tiller and model 80 cart but I have learned that guys that restore them buy a tractor, spend x amount of money restoring it to new condition and then sell it for $600 less than they have in it. LOL
They are fairly plentiful around these parts but I have heard they are hard to find in other parts of the country. Here they go for $300-$400 needing restored unless its a 63 which you have to sell children to get. I paid $700 for mine which is really to much but it was an original un-restored example with everything there and I did not want to mess around looking for parts. I bought it to restore but am debating about just leaving it alone.