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Whats an Allis WD worth?

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Andy in Ohio

07-08-2002 18:04:18

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I found a WD last week I believe it is a 1952 with wide front, PS, and 3 PT.Also has new tires on the rear and excellent tires on front. The gentleman stated that it had been "gone thru" once before he got it. Starts right off on 6v good oil pressure and no smoke. He states that he put new clutches and brakes on it, one does not work, is this an easy job to fix? Sheet metal is excellent with new paint. Is there anything else to look for? He wants 2500.00 for it. Is this a fair price? Thanks and any advicewould be appreciated. Andy in Ohio

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Mike (WA)

07-10-2002 13:30:34

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 Re: Whats an Allis WD worth? in reply to Andy in Ohio, 07-08-2002 18:04:18  
Had a friend with a wry sense of humor who told about a hay mower he had bought from an infamous local dealer, and they told him it had "been through the shop". "Upon further review" he surmised that as rimracked as it was, it must have hit a post on the way through.

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07-08-2002 22:13:51

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 Re: Whats an Allis WD worth? in reply to Andy in Ohio, 07-08-2002 18:04:18  
The brake is easy to fix, but the price is about double. What does gone through mean? New sleeves, pistons, rod and crank bearings? New clutches, including the hand clutch facings? 3pt- is it a standard 3pt, or snap-coupler? Some call it the same, or don't know the difference. Lots of questions need to be answered at that price.

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