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#100 Allis SP Combine

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01-23-2000 11:05:03

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I recently acquired a #100 Allis SP combine. This I think is a somewhat unusual machine and I am interested in it's history and approximate value. Thank You

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09-11-2000 02:17:46

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 Re: #100 Allis SP Combine in reply to LRN, 01-23-2000 11:05:03  
I have a model "90" all crop PULLTYPE it is almost
the same as the model "100" I paid $300 for mine 5 years ago. I am sure Yours is worth more being a
self propelled. As I type I am looking at a picture of one in a book that was built in 1948 with production from 1948 - 1958. According to all the information I can find is that only about 7000 were produced with 5500 of these being an "SP" 100
built after the first 4 years. The 1999 Hot Line Farm Equipment guide shows an average auction price of $399 dollars with a high of $588 & low of $201. I am sure these high & low figures are off for several reasons! Good Luck!

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Fred Peabody

07-03-2000 04:34:07

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 Re: #100 Allis SP Combine in reply to LRN, 01-23-2000 11:05:03  
Manufactures in the early 50s, the 100 was AC attempt to take their very sucessful pull type combine to the next level, SP. Every attempt was made to use the style and threshing methods of the 60. While the 100 was being designed and built, AC was working toward buying Gleaner. Once that deal was complete, they began the AC Gleaner, known as the A (I think). So the 100 was dropped, not so much because of poor design, but due to corporate merger.
The 100 was available with several options. A 12 foot cutter, headlights, Scour Clean, straw spreader, tach., to name a few.
I found the brake master cylinders are the same as the ones used on Jeep, Rambler and others made in the fifties.
With a little effort I've been able to locate repair parts for my 100. Other questions?

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kyle blankenship

12-25-2003 10:27:30

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 Re: Re: #100 Allis SP Combine in reply to Fred Peabody, 07-03-2000 04:34:07  

i have aquired a 100 combine and i am loking for a place to get parts any help? please call me at 937 884 7280. thanks

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10-06-2003 13:28:23

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 Re: Re: #100 Allis SP Combine in reply to Fred Peabody, 07-03-2000 04:34:07  
I'd like to find out what year a #66 A-C combine is, serial #B17015. Also is there a source for parts?

Thanks for the help.


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