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1939 Allis-Chalmers B Value

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Philip Wagner

04-09-2000 17:06:42

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I hope someone can help me with the value of a 1939 Allis-Chalmers B. The paint and sheet metal are original. The paint is somewhat faded but normal considering the age. Rubber is good. It runs great and is used a couple times a week. I need a value for the insurance company. Any ideas.

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Bill Daniel

05-27-2000 10:56:14

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 Re: 1939 Allis-Chalmers B Value in reply to Philip Wagner, 04-09-2000 17:06:42  
I was wondering how much a 1952 AC Series A tractor is worth. It has many implements with it.

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04-15-2000 18:37:53

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 Re: 1939 Allis-Chalmers B Value in reply to Philip Wagner, 04-09-2000 17:06:42  
Bought my 39 for $1000 with wrong paint, sloppy gears, and front blade. Payed $2250 fo my 39 with a 5' woods mower on it. Paid $1000 for a C with a factory sickle bar mower, tired but worked ok.

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Phil Auten (TX)

04-10-2000 19:15:32

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 Re: 1939 Allis-Chalmers B Value in reply to Philip Wagner, 04-09-2000 17:06:42  
The value is what it would cost you to replace it should something happen to it (tree fell on it, stolen, barn burned down around it, etc.). Talk it over with your insurance agent, this is one of those times he needs to be earning his keep.


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07-21-2000 20:05:30

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 Re: Re: 1939 Allis-Chalmers B Value in reply to Phil Auten (TX), 04-10-2000 19:15:32  
Ijust bought mine with hand crank and great timing for $2000, but it has also had a full restoration.

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