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Restoration of a Model C 1942 Allis-Chalmers

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Stephen Price

09-04-2000 16:32:37




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I am looking to restore a 1942 Model C Allis-Chalmers tractor. I live just outside Chicago, Illinois. Although it would be great to find restoration near my home, that is not a major concern of mine. Please email me if you can assist me.
thank you, Stephen Price




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Dick L --- start at the bottom--

09-05-2000 14:49:52




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 Re: restoration of a Model C 1942 Allis-Chalmers in reply to Stephen Price, 09-04-2000 16:32:37  

because this bright idea wasn't thought out very well.



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Brian G.

09-07-2000 06:22:30




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 Re: Re: restoration of a Model C 1942 Allis-Chalmers in reply to Dick L --- start at the bottom--, 09-05-2000 14:49:52  
Dick, What kind of magic did you use to change it from a "C" to a "B"?



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Dick L

09-07-2000 06:34:43




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 Re: Re: Re: restoration of a Model C 1942 Allis-Chalmers in reply to Brian G., 09-07-2000 06:22:30  
It's called a lack of C pictures.



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Dick L

09-05-2000 13:49:14




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 Re: restoration of a Model C 1942 Allis-Chalmers in reply to Stephen Price, 09-04-2000 16:32:37  
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And if your wife don't run off because she forgot that you live in the same house, it will look something like this. Except this is a B



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Dick L

09-05-2000 13:44:44




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 Re: restoration of a Model C 1942 Allis-Chalmers in reply to Stephen Price, 09-04-2000 16:32:37  
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And before you know it it starts to take shape.



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Dick L

09-05-2000 13:41:09




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 Re: restoration of a Model C 1942 Allis-Chalmers in reply to Stephen Price, 09-04-2000 16:32:37  
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And before you know it it will start to look like this.



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Dick L

09-05-2000 13:36:23




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 Re: restoration of a Model C 1942 Allis-Chalmers in reply to Stephen Price, 09-04-2000 16:32:37  
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And you keep taking things apart untill it looks like this



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Dick L

09-05-2000 13:31:11




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 Re: restoration of a Model C 1942 Allis-Chalmers in reply to Stephen Price, 09-04-2000 16:32:37  
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This is how you start.



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