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IH and AC Pull Type Combines

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mh malcolm

06-23-2001 18:53:04

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I have an IHC model 80 pull type combine and an AC
model 66 pull type combine. Both of these machines have always been stored inside a barn and are fully operable with no rust or holes. Have harvested both wheat and oats with both machines with no problems. Wonder if anyone would have an idea on what the resale value of these combines would be?

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10-17-2002 08:19:23

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 Re: IH and AC Pull Type Combines in reply to mh malcolm, 06-23-2001 18:53:04  
the allis combine in great condition should be worth about 2000-4000 dollors.

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Gary O. Luplow

09-13-2002 14:10:51

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 Re: IH and AC Pull Type Combines in reply to mh malcolm, 06-23-2001 18:53:04  
Help!! I need parts for an Allic-Chalmers Model 72 All-Crop Harvester Combine. I need a cylinder beater bar or as the model 72 all-crop harvester specifications calls it "rubber faced bars".
Agco dealers have told me that these parts have been discontinued and will not be manufactured. Dose any one out their know of a discontinued agricultural ware house outlet or AC dealer that has AC pull type combine parts? If so could you please send me their # or e-mail address? Thank you for your help!
Gary O. Luplow
Manhattan, Kansas.

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06-23-2001 19:41:06

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 Re: IH and AC Pull Type Combines in reply to mh malcolm, 06-23-2001 18:53:04  
If they are really nice, where I am, they might be worth $500 a piece, but you wouldn't sell them overnight. An AC 72 or IH 82 in excellent shape might bring $1000. In other areas of the country, these machines go for scrap regardless of condition, unfortunately.

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Dick Davis

06-25-2001 04:27:10

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 Re: Re: IH and AC Pull Type Combines in reply to Tim(nj), 06-23-2001 19:41:06  
I bought an Allis Chalmers All Crop 60 combine this spring. Came with all manuals, belts, canvas and had been stored inside and paint was pretty good. The old guy was happy with $ 50.00. Advertise and wait. Dick

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