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Model 100 Allis Chalmers Self-Propelled Combine

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Margie Anglen

02-25-2008 11:46:07




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I am looking for a way to dispose of a Model 100 Allis Chalmers Self-Propelled Combine. This combine has been shedded for years and is in very good condition. The family would really like to see it utilized rather scraped out.




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mmskippy

02-25-2008 19:29:54




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 Re: Model 100 Allis Chalmers Self-Propelled Combine in reply to Margie Anglen, 02-25-2008 11:46:07  
Hi,I am interested in the 100 combine what is the location and price?
Gene Lee



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JMS/.MN

02-25-2008 19:13:54




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 Re: Model 100 Allis Chalmers Self-Propelled Combine in reply to Margie Anglen, 02-25-2008 11:46:07  
And....again.....the location? Best of luck with what you decide. Should be plenty of people that want to keep and restore it.



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1206SWMO

02-25-2008 17:58:27




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 Re: Model 100 Allis Chalmers Self-Propelled Combine in reply to Margie Anglen, 02-25-2008 11:46:07  
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A 100 Allis SP is a collectible combine and one in decent shape is easily worth $500-$1000.In late 2006 I paid $800 for an always shedded but non running 100 Allis.A running field ready 100 AC could be worth more.

Mention it on the combine forum here and put it in the ytmag classifieds.It needs to be saved.

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Anderson

02-25-2008 14:52:59




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 Re: Model 100 Allis Chalmers Self-Propelled Combine in reply to Margie Anglen, 02-25-2008 11:46:07  
Location good would good! Let us know.



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Anderson

02-25-2008 14:54:05




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 Re: Model 100 Allis Chalmers Self-Propelled Combine in reply to Anderson, 02-25-2008 14:52:59  
Oops...i mean would be good.



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cadet trooper

02-25-2008 14:50:58




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 Re: Model 100 Allis Chalmers Self-Propelled Combine in reply to Margie Anglen, 02-25-2008 11:46:07  
If you haven't already I'd put this same thing on the combine forum because there are a lot of good people dedicated to the preservation of old combines. Pictures would be nice.



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Skyhighballoon(MO)

02-25-2008 12:21:29




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 Re: Model 100 Allis Chalmers Self-Propelled Combine in reply to Margie Anglen, 02-25-2008 11:46:07  
You can put a free sale ad for it right here on this site. Look under Photo ads or Classified ads. Having pictures will make it much easier to sell. If you need help with an asking price, try to post some photos of it in the Implement Photos galleries and there are plenty of people here that can give you an idea of value based on condition and LOCATION which JMS points out is so important. Mike

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JMS/.MN

02-25-2008 12:05:00




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 Re: Model 100 Allis Chalmers Self-Propelled Combine in reply to Margie Anglen, 02-25-2008 11:46:07  
Location is most important on this kind of post....oftentimes, more important than price. Transport can easily exceed purchase price. But....sounds like a keeper!



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