1941 B in very good shape new mag and was painted a few years back always stored inside has belly sickle mower for it also old old tumblebug what kind of value does these have as gonna sell it due to loss of parents and now nowhere to store it Thanks
Re: 1941 B in reply to LarGro, 04-08-2018 01:17:07
Where are you located? I would love to have a B again. I grew up with a 39 B hand start. I still have the factory snow blade for it. My nephew restored it for my brother, then the machine shed caught fire and they lost everything in it including the Allis B.
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