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Unidentified Case

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info seeker

08-30-2002 11:23:40




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I am contemplating the purchase of an orphan Its lineage is uncertain. It appears to an Allis, it has the A inside the C cast into the axle housings. The serial number is in front or behind (depending upon your perspective) the gear shift lever which points to some of the letter seris. The only thing I have ruled out is a G. It is a three wheeld tractor and has a raised rear axle. The rear wheels are 13.6 X 28. It has a four cylinder overhead valve engine, no pto and factory hydraulics. The serial number I have does not to relate to anything I found on Alan's Serial Number page.(standard disclaimer) The guardian of record has turned up his nose at my offer and prefers to continue to abuse his possesion. Any insight as to model or reasonable offer on this poor unfortunate would recieve the greatest and most acrimonious praise that lip service will afford.

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Aaron

08-31-2002 11:33:25




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 Re: Unidentified Case in reply to info seeker, 08-30-2002 11:23:40  
Sounds to me like it is a WC. Single wheeled WC's were rare comparred to a WD45.



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steve

08-30-2002 18:17:18




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 Re: Unidentified Case in reply to info seeker, 08-30-2002 11:23:40  
info--sounds kind of like a WC. I sent you a pictue of a WD45 on later post. I will send you a photo of a WC also. Look for the serial number on top of the rear axle pumpkin, if it is not by the left brake housing cover.



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infor seeker

08-30-2002 18:29:08




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 Re: Re: Unidentified Case in reply to steve, 08-30-2002 18:17:18  
No serial number is behind or in front (depending on your perspective) of the gear selector.



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JoeK

08-30-2002 17:19:31




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 Re: Unidentified Case in reply to info seeker, 08-30-2002 11:23:40  
What kind of SN do you have,5 digit,6 digit,starting with a letter?Please post number and someone can prolly ID it in moments.Also what kind of transmission(gear number)



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info seeker

08-30-2002 18:37:00




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 Re: Re: Unidentified Case in reply to JoeK, 08-30-2002 17:19:31  
Serial number had six digits. Four speed xmission. Should have a "pitcher" on my web site in 48 hours. Have to do the Kodak develop at on hour and then scan ta home. Hope those "pitchers" make it through the window on the web based server. Thank you.



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Mike (WA)

08-30-2002 15:39:58




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 Re: Unidentified Case in reply to info seeker, 08-30-2002 11:23:40  
I believe "acrimonious praise" is kind of like Bullwinkle Moose once said about the phrase "military intelligence": "Gee, Rocky, I think that a contradiction in terms!"



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info seeker

08-30-2002 18:26:38




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 Re: Re: Unidentified Case in reply to Mike (WA), 08-30-2002 15:39:58  
The phrase was indeed intended as tongue in cheek Thank you for recognizing it. I hope you feel well paid for your time.



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should read the case of the unidentified allis

08-30-2002 14:50:36




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 Re: Unidentified Case in reply to info seeker, 08-30-2002 11:23:40  
N/M



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