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Is A WF Rare or Common?

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TMAC

01-11-2000 20:39:45




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My friend is going to buy what I believe is a WF(standard front and drop axles turned to make it lower). Is it rare? We haven't seen one before and we live in SC. It is a cute tractor and he is going to buy it reguardless of how many there are.




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TMAC

01-13-2000 16:02:10




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 Re: Is A WF Rare or Common? in reply to TMAC, 01-11-2000 20:39:45  
The WF is all there and runs. The seller wants $800 but will probably take less. I will encourage my friend to buy. Thanks for your input.



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Paul Anderson

01-13-2000 17:42:21




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 Re: Re: Is A WF Rare or Common? in reply to TMAC, 01-13-2000 16:02:10  
TMAC, if your friend don't buy it let us know, been looking for one, not real common in north-central ohio, Paul Anderson



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Sam Moore

01-12-2000 17:48:16




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 Re: Is A WF Rare or Common? in reply to TMAC, 01-11-2000 20:39:45  
Even though there were more than 8000 made, the WF is seldom seen. I have a 1951 WF that I restored and have taken to shows in Ohio & Pennsylvania the past two years, and the comment most often heard is "I never saw one of those before!"



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Phil Auten

01-12-2000 18:52:58




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 Re: Re: Is A WF Rare or Common? in reply to Sam Moore, 01-12-2000 17:48:16  
Even if they had seen one, they might not recognize one without a broom, grader blade, etc. attached. A lot of them were just used up and scrapped out after L-O-N-G service careers with cities, counties and in industrial applications.

Phil



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Phil Auten

01-12-2000 04:10:14




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 Re: Is A WF Rare or Common? in reply to TMAC, 01-11-2000 20:39:45  
WF's are not the rarest of A-C's. A's and RC's are rarer. There still weren't as many built as WC's or WD's, etc. but they aren't real common either. I'd buy it in a heartbeat if the price was right.

Phil



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Gary S

01-12-2000 16:32:37




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 Re: Re: Is A WF Rare or Common? in reply to Phil Auten, 01-12-2000 04:10:14  
Good idea Phil , but park your 3 FARMALLS out behind the barn first , and maybe even pile some hay around them !



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Phil Auten

01-12-2000 18:49:01




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 Re: Re: Re: Is A WF Rare or Common? in reply to Gary S, 01-12-2000 16:32:37  
They all have a place in the barn or carport. I hate to see any old iron rust. :o)

Phil
Who wishes he had the money to rescue it all



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Darrell

01-13-2000 13:07:41




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Is A WF Rare or Common? in reply to Phil Auten, 01-12-2000 18:49:01  
I think we all wish that Phil!!! As for Gary's comment, My father and I are die hard Allis fans, and even we have a small red one around.....wanna buy it....LOL....so don't be ashamed of your red ones.



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Grandad

01-12-2000 01:05:55




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 Re: Is A WF Rare or Common? in reply to TMAC, 01-11-2000 20:39:45  
From 1937 until 1951 there were 8,500 WFs made in two configurations, orchard and standard..



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rare

01-11-2000 20:46:38




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 Re: Is A WF Rare or Common? in reply to TMAC, 01-11-2000 20:39:45  
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