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Last year, Smallest Size

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ohiohills

05-19-2010 19:05:39




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My grandfather always had AC tractors and I would like to get a small AC for general work around my small property ... pull a trailer, plow and disc a garden, run a leaf blower, etc. What was the last year that Allis Chalmers built tractors with the Allis Chalmers name, and what were the two smallest sizes(models) that were built at that time? Thanks!




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cadet trooper

05-20-2010 18:20:03




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 Re: Last year, Smallest Size in reply to ohiohills, 05-19-2010 19:05:39  
Like Eldon said or maybe a AC720 it was a Hydro with a range shifter with a 20+ hp Onan still several around. The pto speed was different so you had to use their implements.



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Eldon (WA)

05-19-2010 21:57:00




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 Re: Last year, Smallest Size in reply to ohiohills, 05-19-2010 19:05:39  
Well.....AC built the last tractors in 1985, but at that time the only tractors totally built here were over 100hp. The smaller ones were built in Japan and Italy...others in France and Austria. The last true small AC would probably be the D10/D12 Series III, I think 1968 was the last year for those...AC also had the L&G models built by Simplicity that were made in later years if you want to go smaller.

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