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D-14 lookin for one?

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Steve (WI)

10-23-2002 20:34:27

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Hello All,

I would love to have this tractor but it's just not possible at the moment. This tractor is coming up for auction sat. 26th near me in Wisconsin. Serial number D-14 20841 (1959). The tractor sat covered outdoors for nearly 4 years but purrs like a kitten. There is a clicking noise coming from somewhere in the torque tube but it doesnít sound like anything major. (Probably a rats nest remnant.) I donít think it has power steering but the metal is in great shape and it has a nice 3pt. Tires weather checked. Gauges look ok...some faded.

I might be willing to purchase/bid this tractor on proxy if anyone is truly interested. Please contact me only if you have the money and are serious! Believe me...I canít afford to get burned. I have a few more pic's and will answer questions as best I can. I will charge a 10% commission for handling the tractor which includes storing it until you can pick it up. (I cannot guarantee indoor storage so you would have to pick it up asap.) Please give me an idea of what your willing to spend (max) in your opening e-mail so I can gauge whether or not it's worth my time and effort. I must admit I'm a little leery about doing such a thing but I know if I was looking for a particular tractor I would appreciate if someone offered this service to me.



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11-05-2002 19:19:42

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 Re: D-14 lookin for one? in reply to Steve (WI), 10-23-2002 20:34:27  
In 1959 Allis changed their D series by adding three black bars to the grills. It is the only year that this was done and the decals are correct for that year. The paint would have been persian orange #1 including the wheels. The D10 and D12 were introduced in 1959 and it is the only year they had the bar grill quite collectable as few were produced. Hope this helps someone.

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Bryan Smith

10-24-2002 06:15:50

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 Re: D-14 lookin for one? in reply to Steve (WI), 10-23-2002 20:34:27  
I have to ask - I didn't know D14's came with that metal nameplate on the hood instead of the decals. I know D15 Series I tractors did, though. Is that a D15 or did D14's have that on the hood? (I know you know your AC's. Steve - just asking.)

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Steve (WI)

10-24-2002 07:30:51

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 Re: Re: D-14 lookin for one? in reply to Bryan Smith, 10-24-2002 06:15:50  

Norm Swinfords book lists this serial number series seperatly under "Black Bars". I must admit I really don't know what is meant by this but it may answer your comment. (Im just learning the D tractors and there is a lot to know.) The serial # starts with D-14 and the decals appear to be original because there is no evidence of the tractor being painted.

Highest Regards,


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Butch (OH)

10-24-2002 08:25:38

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 Re: Re: Re: D-14 lookin for one? in reply to Steve (WI), 10-24-2002 07:30:51  
"back bar" refers to the grill paint scheme, the grill on that tractor should be silver with black bars. At least part of that tractor has been painted, and I think all of it. No 14s had cream paint, the color appears to be number 2 which is incorrect and I have only seen decals like that on repaints. None of the literature nor books I have show those type of decals. They appear to be an attempt to make the decals look like the metal signs Brian spoke of which, by the way were introduced on the series 1 D-15 along with the number 2 color and cream accents. I am not a correct policeman, just trying to help ID the condition.

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Steve (WI)

10-24-2002 08:52:03

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: D-14 lookin for one? in reply to Butch (OH), 10-24-2002 08:25:38  
Thanks Butch! (and Bryan)

Glad there are folks like you guys around. I would hate to see anyone get burned let alone get burned myself. Another one for my book of Allis wisdom. (Nothing wrong with being a "correct policeman"- How are folks like myself going to learn without this kind of info?)

Thanks Again,


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10-24-2002 10:21:51

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: D-14 lookin for one? in reply to Steve (WI), 10-24-2002 08:52:03  
Not a problem, the police force intends it to be a slam when they nitpick tractors and I don't like it. Just wanted to clarify my non-membership. It's a nice looking 14 and your welcome.

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10-23-2002 20:39:12

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 Re: D-14 lookin for one? in reply to Steve (WI), 10-23-2002 20:34:27  
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The pic is in the photo section...Dont know why it did'nt post.

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10-23-2002 20:36:46

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 Re: D-14 lookin for one? in reply to Steve (WI), 10-23-2002 20:34:27  
The pic is in the photo section...Dont know why it did'nt post.

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