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1932 Allis Chalmer

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Pat

08-22-2002 17:15:03




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I have not been able to find a picture of a 1932 Allis Chalmer. Am looking right now at buying one If someone has a picture of a restored 32 would you please send it to me Thanks. The one I am looking at is very rough I need a good incentive push. Keep on tracing.




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Justin

08-25-2002 14:31:20




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 Re: 1932 Allis Chalmer in reply to Pat, 08-22-2002 17:15:03  
What model?



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steve

08-22-2002 19:20:58




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 Re: 1932 Allis Chalmer in reply to Pat, 08-22-2002 17:15:03  
IF it is a wheel tractor and actually a '32 i would guess it is a model U ? I can send you pictures e-mail of a U, 20-30, A, and unstyled WC. You pick out which one looks close and post again for more data.



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Can't be a WC

08-25-2002 14:55:35




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 Re: Re: 1932 Allis Chalmer in reply to steve, 08-22-2002 19:20:58  
They didn't start till 33. If you find a 33 WC buy it and ask questions later!



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