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Allis Chalmers All Crop 90 combines

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Adam in VA

04-21-2003 13:04:07




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I posted on this site before that I bought two All Crop 60 combines. Their progress is coming along, but this past weekend I bought two All Crop 90 combines and I'm having trouble tracking down information on them. According to Swinford's book the 90 was made from 1957 to 60, and total production of the 90 was about 7,500. I've searched all of my usually reliable sources and cannot find anything aside from a few pictures which I don't really need. What I do need is an operators manual and parts catalouge. I easily found these for the 60's on ebay, but I have found jack squat about the 90's. I paid $50 each, both are in good condition, and the one even runs although it is missing some parts. I realize that these things are rarer in number anyway than the All Crop 60, but are they really rare enough that I cannot find any good information on them period? If someone out there can tell me where to find the SN and where to find manuals, etc. Then I would greatly appreciate it.......

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den/southern illinois

04-21-2003 17:42:11




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 Re: Allis Chalmers All Crop 90 combines in reply to Adam in VA, 04-21-2003 13:04:07  
Adam,
Call Larry Swenson at 507-787-2338 or e-mail at swenson@bevcomm.net He should be able to help.



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Adam

04-21-2003 13:34:45




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 Re: Allis Chalmers All Crop 90 combines in reply to Adam in VA, 04-21-2003 13:04:07  
Just wanted to let anyone who wants to know that I have posted a picture of these combines in the Vintage Photos gallery.



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