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1935 WC ALLIS

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BRUCE GASPER

12-12-2002 09:42:59




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A GUY I KNOW HAS A 1935 UNSTYLED WC ALLIS IT HAS NICE PAINT AND TIRES AND IS VERY GOOD AND COMPLETE OTHER THAN IT HAS A CRACKED BLOCK, I LIKE THIS OLD TRACTOR BUT DO NOT WANT TO BUY IT FOR 200.OO AND HAVE TO PUT ALOT OF MONEY IN IT IF IT IS NOT WORTH IT, MAYBE ONE OF YOU FELLAS COULD GIVE ME SOME ADVICE ON BUYING IT WHETHER IT IS WORTH IT OR NOT AND WHERE WOULD BE A GOOD PLACE TO FIND A BLOCK.ALTHOGH WE USED TO FARM I WAS YOUNG THEN AND KNOW LITTLE OF TRACTORS, THANKS FOR ANY INPUT ON THIS.

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John (C-IL)

12-12-2002 13:47:12




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 Re: 1935 WC ALLIS in reply to BRUCE GASPER, 12-12-2002 09:42:59  
$200 would be a reasonable price if it is as you described. Engine blocks are easy to find as are most other parts. John



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Bama Dee

12-12-2002 12:26:29




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 Re: 1935 WC ALLIS in reply to BRUCE GASPER, 12-12-2002 09:42:59  
Bruce, if the tractor was available to me, I'ed buy it! Engine blocks, while not plentyful, can be found at a reasonable price -- bottom line, get the tractor and welcome to the Orange fellowship!



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Tom

12-12-2002 16:42:02




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 Re: Re: 1935 WC ALLIS in reply to Bama Dee, 12-12-2002 12:26:29  
Didn't some of the early WCs have smaller diameter main and maybe rod bearings?? Could make a difference when shopping for a block.



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