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shawnspeed3

04-27-2008 17:35:00




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Was at an auction this weekend and saw a AC IB with a belly mower in decint cosmetic shape but would only start when pulled by another tractor.....It went fof more than 3000 bucks....are these tractors that rare???




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John (C-IL)

04-27-2008 18:50:47




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 Re: IB value in reply to shawnspeed3, 04-27-2008 17:35:00  
According to the Allis Chalmers Data Book by Terry Dean there were about 2850 IB models built. An IB with a mower on it could easily bring $3000 in decent condition. Being hard to start isn't really an issue, how it runs when it does start is the issue.



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greg b

04-27-2008 18:49:16




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 Re: IB value in reply to shawnspeed3, 04-27-2008 17:35:00  
i was wrong 2570 were made



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steve(ill)

04-27-2008 18:51:43




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 Re: IB value in reply to greg b, 04-27-2008 18:41:14  
the numbers they list are the final serial number that year, not the total production. there were several hundred IB tractors made prior to the war (1945) that had B serial numbers, and another 2500 made after the war starting with 1000 sn and ending about 3500 sn.



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steve(ill)

04-27-2008 18:38:16




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 Re: IB value in reply to shawnspeed3, 04-27-2008 17:35:00  
there were 3000 IB tractors made and 125,000 model B tractors made. A run of the mill B will cost about $800. A run of the mill IB will cost $2800. With a mower deck the IB could easily be $3000. with decent paint and tires, it goes up from there.



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Eldon (WA)

04-27-2008 19:26:50




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 Re: IB value in reply to steve(ill), 04-27-2008 18:38:16  
Unless it is on a Kruse auction....then it will bring $5800 LOL!



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