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Antique Tractor Serial Numbers

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There are 63 models listed for Allis Chalmers. Just click on a model to see the serial numbers and the years it was manufactured.

6A
12-20
15-25
18-30
20-35
170
175
180
185
190 and 190XT
200
210
220
7000
7030
7040
7050
7060
7080
A
A Std.
B
IB
C
CA
DO-ALL
G
L
M
RC
U
UC
WC
WC Maintainer
W Patrol
WD
WD45
WF
D10
D12
D14
D15
D17
D19
D21
F - 10-Ton Crawler
F - 75 Crawler
G - 5-Ton Crawler
H - 6-Ton Crawler
H - 50 Crawler
K - 35 Crawler
L and L-O Crawler
M Crawler
S and S-O Crawler
650 Series Crawler
H-3 and HD-3 Crawler
HD-4 Crawler
HD-5 Crawler
HD-7 Crawler
HD-7W Crawler
HD-10 Crawler
HD-10W Crawler
HD-14 and HD-14C Crawler

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We have tried to keep this data as accurate as possible. However, if you spot an error please use our Feedback Form to let us know.


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