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WANTED: Allis Chalmers corn picker

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allisboy

03-07-2008 18:19:21




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I was wondering of anyone knew about a one row pull type corn picker that was built by Allis Chalmers. it is a model 35.




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Fred Goodrich

03-09-2008 13:59:59




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 Re: WANTED: Allis Chalmers corn picker in reply to allisboy, 03-07-2008 18:19:21  
I have one to sell in NY. Are they actually a picker or a snapper?



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JMS/.MN

03-10-2008 22:39:52




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 Re: WANTED: Allis Chalmers corn picker in reply to Fred Goodrich, 03-09-2008 13:59:59  
I remember AC advertising them as a snapper in the late 50s-60s. ie- just pick the ears off, will not remove any husks. Actually, the two-row AC mounted did not have a husking bed- whatever husking that was done was by the rubber rolls that picked off the ears. Dad had the early AC picker, before the Model 33, on a WC, left most of the husks on.



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allisboy

03-10-2008 17:40:27




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 Re: WANTED: Allis Chalmers corn picker in reply to Fred Goodrich, 03-09-2008 13:59:59  
what would you take for a price? would you ship, because i can't drive my self out to NY to pick this up,only 15.



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Joe Graunke

03-08-2008 10:19:49




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 Re: WANTED: Allis Chalmers corn picker in reply to allisboy, 03-07-2008 18:19:21  
I have 4 of them and know of a few more I'll do some checking
Joe



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allisboy

03-08-2008 16:37:38




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 Re: WANTED: Allis Chalmers corn picker in reply to Joe Graunke, 03-08-2008 10:19:49  
Joe, would you sell one of those pickers, possibly. I have been looking for one to run behind my wd45 for about a year and no one would sell theirs. if you would sell, i'd like to know what price you think it worth, and where your located. Thanks.



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Joe Graunke

03-08-2008 17:00:40




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 Re: WANTED: Allis Chalmers corn picker in reply to allisboy, 03-08-2008 16:37:38  
where are you at
Joe



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allisboy

03-08-2008 17:33:38




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 Re: WANTED: Allis Chalmers corn picker in reply to Joe Graunke, 03-08-2008 17:00:40  
I live in eastern iowa, how about you?



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Tim(nj)

03-08-2008 09:46:13




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 Re: WANTED: Allis Chalmers corn picker in reply to allisboy, 03-07-2008 18:19:21  
I have only ever seen one. It was very small, didn't have gathering chains, only non-powered star wheels down by the snoots. Not much of a husker on it. A local dealer had put it on his lot new and try as he might, couldn't sell it, nephew ended up running it on his farm for years. I don't know what has become of it, probably long since scrapped as the dealer is gone and the farm is in houses now.

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