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tim

04-07-2002 10:59:27




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I am interested in hearing from anybody who can tell me where to find prices for any 1930's allis chalmers b tractors




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steve

04-07-2002 18:41:57




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 Re: 1930's allis chalmers in reply to tim, 04-07-2002 10:59:27  
Tim, AC started making the B in 1937. The first 100 or so tractors had an odd ball engine. Might be a collectors item, but not common with every thing from 1938 on. They built this same basic tractor till the late 1950's. Chances are if it was built in 38 or 39, it may not have a starter or electric system. That would make it a little less desirable. A base line tractor that runs is about $700. If it has starter, doesnt smoke, and the tires look decent it might be $1000. If it has good paint and tires are good you might be up around $1500. With a decent restoration you would be lucky to get $2500.

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jack

04-12-2002 20:19:00




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 Re: Re: 1930's allis chalmers in reply to steve, 04-07-2002 18:41:57  
there is a 1938 b in photo adds for sale,looks pretty good,eletric start.$1500



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Greg Ballantyne

04-10-2002 18:05:17




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 Re: Re: 1930's allis chalmers in reply to steve, 04-07-2002 18:41:57  
I paid $1200 for a '49 B (with electric start) and belly mower. The tractor was not restored, but in good shape with strong engine. I think it was a fair price, it was 10 years ago, but that part may not matter.



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