Re: WHAT DOES AN ALLIS G DO BEST?
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Mike, What a G does best is to be restored and sit and look good. It is a good, very light weight (many were used in our area on boggy muck land for celery and vegetable production), and easy to drive machine. However the Continential, 62cu in., engine is also a light weight. With only two crankshaft mains, one on each end, they are prone to breakage. Engine parts getting hard to find.
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