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What is a running Allis-Chamler tractor (#CA3346) worth?

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Fred Childress

11-26-1999 18:36:00

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My father has a 1946 (I think), tractor that is in running condition. I would like to find out the value of the tractor. It matches a picture I found of a Chalmer, should I restore it and keep it or scrap it?

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Dick L

12-01-1999 10:34:04

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 Re: What is a running Allis-Chamler tractor (#CA3346) worth? in reply to Fred Childress, 11-26-1999 18:36:00  
Dont scrap it! If you want to sell it try the NEW YT on line auction.

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11-27-1999 00:37:22

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 Re: What is a running Allis-Chamler tractor (#CA3346) worth? in reply to Fred Childress, 11-26-1999 18:36:00  
SCRAP IT?!?! To me that's like saying Grandmas old, but she's still alive...what should I do with her. These old tractors can still work and play. Parts are easy to find, and in many cases not too expensive. I vote for keeping it, or giving it to me.

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11-28-1999 06:31:51

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 Re: Re: What is a running Allis-Chamler tractor (#CA3346) worth? in reply to rob, 11-27-1999 00:37:22  
If it's a narrow front end, I would be interested in buying it, Where are you located? Email me!

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