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Allis D15

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10-17-2002 19:11:46

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I am looking to buy a Allis D15,with a loader and 3PT. Is this tractor hard to find? If I do find one,what should I pay for one in MN.I need your help in any way.Thanks

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Scott Stickley

05-04-2003 16:34:22

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 Re: Allis D15 in reply to J.Johnston, 10-17-2002 19:11:46  
I have a 1961 D-15 in original condition. The tires a good. The tractor runs great. I also have the orginal owners manual. Priced to sell.

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Bryan Smith

10-18-2002 10:40:54

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 Re: Allis D15 in reply to J.Johnston, 10-17-2002 19:11:46  
Hmm .... depends on condition, and you don't say if it's gas or diesel. A running D14 gas in good condition without a loader seems to bring between $3000 and $3600 these days. I've seen D15 Series I and D15 Series II advertised for more and less than that.

If it's a trip-bucket loader (uses a spring to reset the bucket, not hydraulics) it may add a few hundred to the price. A hydraulic bucket would add a good bit more. Series II is worth more (to me) than a Series I - and has 6 more hp.

Hope that at least gets you started. D15's are available but you don't see them sold regularly. Good tractors.

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10-18-2002 15:10:25

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 Re: Re: Allis D15 in reply to Bryan Smith, 10-18-2002 10:40:54  
unless you are set on a D15, i would step up one level and get a D17. another 10 HP with a little more weight, and probably cheaper to buy and easier to find. Much more common.

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