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Allis Chalmrers G

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11-05-2002 10:47:57

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Hey all, What do you all think about this AC-G. I think they he is asking waay to much. What do you think???

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11-05-2002 18:15:39

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 Re: Allis Chalmrers G in reply to TractorMike, 11-05-2002 10:47:57  
I passed on one here in Washington that ran good, had no dents, freshly painted, for $2000.00. I couldn't justify a non-working tractor. Probably could have sold it and made some money.

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David Maddux

11-05-2002 16:46:57

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 Re: Allis Chalmrers G in reply to TractorMike, 11-05-2002 10:47:57  
Well, if you have to go as far as to buy a remanufactured block you are going to be paying about 1500.00 Right there you have 3000.00 in it. Then you have to find sheet metal for it. It looked like you need hood and fan cover, I have not priced those items but you can know you are probably looking at 200.00 or more . Yes you can find some pretty nice ones for 3500.00.

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Steve in N.J.

11-05-2002 12:06:23

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 Re: Allis Chalmrers G in reply to TractorMike, 11-05-2002 10:47:57  
I don't know, seems to be kinda high to me also. Especially with a stuck engine. Things around the engine look mighty rusty being there isn't any sheetmetal covering it, & for who knows how long..
I'm not searching for a G,and maybe it is worth that much to someone else, but me, I'd pass.....
See what kind of reaction you get from the pro's on this site, ya never know, it may fool the two of us..... Steve B.

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Bryan Smith

11-05-2002 11:12:06

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 Re: Allis Chalmrers G in reply to TractorMike, 11-05-2002 10:47:57  
If it runs good it might bring that, even with the hood missing. I've never seen one set that side - I wonder if that G has some optional wide-axle parts? A running G in decent shape (not restored, just decent) seems to bring $2500 to $3500 down here. We *rarely* see one sell for $1500 to $2000 range.

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Bob Semrau

11-05-2002 16:07:16

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 Re: Re: Allis Chalmrers G in reply to Bryan Smith, 11-05-2002 11:12:06  
I have to set mine wide when I use the two row corn planter - I don't think that there is anything special about this one, just photographed at a strange angle. Non-runners shouldn't be priced that high, though.

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