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Paul E. Fletcher

07-18-2002 19:03:21




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Several years ago I went to Allis dealership that was going out of business and bought several hundred original allis manuals. Since that time, I have bought several hundred more manuals of various brands at estate auctions. I have decided to sell some of these manuals. Can you tell me the best way to sell these. These manuals are original that date back to the 1930's. I would appreciate any advice you could give me.

Paul

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Amy Jo

07-26-2002 08:56:43




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 Re: Manuals in reply to Paul E. Fletcher, 07-18-2002 19:03:21  
We have been searching hi and lo for a service manual for a Allis HD-6G Dsl Crawler - by any chance you have one in your collection that you would be willing to part with. Thank you for your time to respond. Amy Jo



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Norm

07-20-2002 20:01:02




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 Re: Manuals in reply to Paul E. Fletcher, 07-18-2002 19:03:21  
Any WD service Manuals? Would be interested!



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JMS/MN

07-19-2002 23:10:52




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 Re: Manuals in reply to Paul E. Fletcher, 07-18-2002 19:03:21  
Flea markets at threshing shows are a good option- no matter what the color or model. Check a few first to determine price, then bring yours in. Table fees are minimal, and will give you a good opportunity to unload them. Sounds like you have a great resource!



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Eldon

07-18-2002 22:01:18




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 Re: Manuals in reply to Paul E. Fletcher, 07-18-2002 19:03:21  

Ebay will probably give you the fastest results.



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Tom Roller

07-26-2002 19:44:57




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 Re: Re: Manuals in reply to Eldon, 07-18-2002 22:01:18  
Eldon is Right, Ebay will Probably be your best bet. That,s where I've bought all my manuals.



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