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plow hand

02-09-2011 23:53:56

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I saw a D-19 for sale ser.# well under 10 any idea what it is worth in the midwest,runs, good shape good tires.. thanks in advance

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Mike B (SD)

02-10-2011 19:50:42

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 Re: D-19 in reply to plow hand, 02-09-2011 23:53:56  
The lowest publicly acknowledged serial number for a D19 is #1009, sounds like your's is much lower than that. Might want to register and post over on the allischalmers forum.

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02-10-2011 05:44:19

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 Re: D-19 in reply to plow hand, 02-09-2011 23:53:56  
Gas, Diesel or LP and overall conditon makes a big difference in price.

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plow hand

02-10-2011 07:28:51

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 Re: D-19 in reply to TexasAllis, 02-10-2011 05:44:19  
gas good shape

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02-11-2011 05:51:55

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 Re: D-19 in reply to plow hand, 02-10-2011 07:28:51  
In MD, You can get about $3500-4500 on any good shape D-19. Problem with the gasser, is, the carb gets clogged from debris in the gas tank, which is caused by the tremendous appetite for gas that this tractor has. Take the cap off, and it'll suck your hand in, most of the time, up to the third knuckle, of the 3 fingers that get sucked in. The tank opening was stamped out, and the cap threads, being used frequently, are also very sharp. Viola, as the french say, skin and hair get stripped off, and you have debris in the tank!

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02-11-2011 05:06:25

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 Re: D-19 in reply to plow hand, 02-10-2011 07:28:51  
The gas is the least desirable D-19. If it's nice, runs out good and has good tires with a three point $2000 is about all they are worth.

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