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41 Allis Chalmers B
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What's it worth?

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Jim in Michigan

10-24-2002 10:59:43




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I am planning to sell my '41 Allis-Chalmers B, and need to get some idea of pricing. It is in very good condition, but not restored. Excellent tin, a few paint chips here and there, but no rust anywhere. Paint is excellent on the hood and fenders, good on the rest of the tractor. Excellent rear tires, fronts weather checked but hold air. Electric starter(converted to 12 volt), headlights, rear PTO and hydraulics. Comes with front snow plow and tire chains. Garage kept. Runs good. Located in Howell, Michigan in case anyone is interested. Right now I'm thinking about $2500.

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D13

10-25-2002 07:38:00




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 Re: 41 Allis Chalmers B - What's it worth? in reply to Jim in Michigan, 10-24-2002 10:59:43  
In the Jackson MI area.

I paid $2250 for 39 with 5'woods mower, belt/PTO/hydraulics, good tin, paint, and tires. Plow, cultivator, sickle mower were $75-200 each. I paid $800 for a '42 C that needed a bath and paint.
Dad paid $1150 for '40 B with belt/PTO, engine mounted hydraulic pump, front blade, chains, and repainted in metalflake red (don't know why but it still moves snow). Both are electric start, mine's 12V and his is 6. Both have lights.
1939, non-electric, set up but all there - $100 (I own 2 like this).

Local dealer has a CA w/snap coupler, hydraulics, 3 point, live PTO, needs paint, for $2750.

I pay $750-1000 for one that starts, drives, and looks decent, and has tires that look like they'll last a couple of years. Belt/PTO is $150 and hydraulics are $200. Your plow and chains probably adds $200 depending upon the amount of damage done to the machine (the front end doesn't like plows). SO I'd say yours is 1000 + 150+200 +200 = 1550 or therabouts as a selling price. I'd ask about $2000 and be willing to negotiate.

Hey, if no one buys it in a month, e-mail me. I might be interested depending upon what I buy at the next couple of auctions. Heck, e-mail me directions, maybe I's stop by on my way to visit Dad in Leslie (I'm over towards Port Huron now).

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Jon F.

10-25-2002 07:17:53




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 Re: 41 Allis Chalmers B - What's it worth? in reply to Jim in Michigan, 10-24-2002 10:59:43  
Just bought my '49 a couple of months ago. Not restored and not in as good of condition as you described. Came with belly mounted sickle bar mower and hydraulics. Paid $1250. Probably paid a little over market value at that.



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Justin NY

10-24-2002 15:55:43




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 Re: 41 Allis Chalmers B - What's it worth? in reply to Jim in Michigan, 10-24-2002 10:59:43  
jim, If it is in really decent shape I would say your in the ball park maybe alittle high,I would look at it if I didn't already have 1, Justin



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Justin

10-24-2002 19:40:52




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 Re: Re: 41 Allis Chalmers B - What's it worth? in reply to Justin NY, 10-24-2002 15:55:43  
Hey, if it is in the shape you say I think maybe to high. Tractors up north are more common and usually run cheaper in prices especially not restored. Down south were I live in Florida a B in your condition would bring in $2500 top dollar but restored $3500 perhaps $4k. Depending on the market. I would say maybe $1500-$1800. Try starting at $2500 OBO. You never know. Good luck! I have a B right now I am finishing up restoring I paid $350. Most parts not there bad tin but engine was not stuck and rear tires are decent %80 treads with minor cracking.

Justin

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