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need information on dad's old Allis Chalmers

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05-10-2018 15:04:04

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I'm putting my dad's old Allis Chalmers d17 Tractor up for sale. I don't know what year it is, possibly 1959. It starts easily and runs great. It has new tires with snow chains.
The serial numbers is 224692. If anyone can tell me how to find the year and value of this tractor I'd appreciate it.

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Mike Groom

05-10-2018 17:28:01

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 Re: need information on dad's old Allis Chalmers in reply to R.Renton, 05-10-2018 15:04:04  
Your tractor is a 1959 model,it should bring somewhere in the $3000 range depending on your location.

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05-10-2018 16:35:49

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 Re: need information on dad's old Allis Chalmers in reply to R.Renton, 05-10-2018 15:04:04  
The way I would sell it is like an on-line auction. I would park it in a location where it can be seen by many with a sign with pertinent information. You have to get at least two people interested for this to work. You could start like this: Tractor to be sold as-is by June 16th, 2018 at 12 noon to the highest bidder. Bidding begins at $1500. From there, you collect names, addresses and cell phone numbers. You choose the end Date and starting $$$$ figure. These are just a suggestion. As you get close to the end time (you want it on a Sat or Sun at noon) the phone calls will get busy to those who are really interested. I've sold a house and two tractors like this and never had any issue and never paid anyone a commission. You are the Auctioneer and have to be in charge and don't let anyone try and push you around. Just refuse their bid if they become a jerk. Do not offer ANY kind of guarantee or warranty. "As-is" means just that.

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05-14-2018 05:56:56

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 Re: need information on dad's old Allis Chalmers in reply to DrAllis, 05-10-2018 16:35:49  
Thanks again for your info! We sold it for $3000 in 3 days by parking it by the road and taking bids.

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