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Allis Chambers WC Farm Tractor, 1950

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Ruth Bowman

04-04-2003 17:15:03




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We have an old 1950 Allis Chambers WC Farm Tractor and was offered a certain amount of money for it. I have no idea what they are worth, but am willing to sell. Can anyone tell me about what it is worth - it's in good shape and has worked fine until recently - won't start.




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JMS/MN

04-05-2003 20:36:21




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 Re: Allis Chambers WC Farm Tractor, 1950 in reply to Ruth Bowman, 04-04-2003 17:15:03  
The WC was made until 1948, and has no hydraulics, no hand clutch for live power, no power-shift wheels, and has hand operated brakes. The WD started production in 1948, with foot brakes, hydraulics, live power with the hand clutch, power-shift rear wheels. Both are four speeds forward, one reverse, many similarities but not the same tractor.



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Sheila Cole

04-05-2003 17:23:54




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 Re: Allis Chambers WC Farm Tractor, 1950 in reply to Ruth Bowman, 04-04-2003 17:15:03  
I own a 1950 and it is a WD not WC.



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steve

04-04-2003 18:41:57




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 Re: Allis Chambers WC Farm Tractor, 1950 in reply to Ruth Bowman, 04-04-2003 17:15:03  
normally a WC or WD that does not run would bring less than $500. If you can prove it is easily started and no internal problems, maybe a little more. TRactor is worth more in parts than as a unit when not running,. Lot depends on tire condition also.



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jimg

04-04-2003 17:26:53




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 Re: Allis Chambers WC Farm Tractor, 1950 in reply to Ruth Bowman, 04-04-2003 17:15:03  

Ruth: It might be wise to recheck your tractor if you want to sell it. If in fact it is a 1950 it most likly is a WD as WC's were discontinued in 1948. The difference between a WD and WC could make a differenc concerning sale price



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