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07-23-2003 20:03:24

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I recently purchased some property that has an
old allis chalmers tractor on it. How do I identify the model and if it is worth anything?

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07-24-2003 07:35:01

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 Re: model in reply to david, 07-23-2003 20:03:24  
Dave, some basics are as follows
--If there is no frame between the transmission and the radiator, just a torque tube with the drivs shaft inside. And it has 24 inch rear rims. Then it is probably a small unit like a B,C,CA tractor. SErial number by the trans shift lever.
--If it has two c-channesl down each side of the tractor from rear wheels to the radiator, then it might be a WC,WD,WD45. These can be wide front axle or narrow and usually have 28 inch rear wheels. Older serial numbers are on the reaar axle pumpkin, newer units are on the left axle by brake cover. --All the above are assuming it was built between 1935- 1960.
--If it is newer than 1960 it might be a D series. THe serial number is on the left side clutch housing, just behind the motor mount bolts. THese tractors have a "flat plate" frame down each side of the tractor over the motor. They would normally have a 12 volt battery, but many of the pre 1960 units have been converted to 12 volts also. Chech you e-mail and i gave you a few basic pictures to get started.

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07-23-2003 22:14:29

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 Re: model in reply to david, 07-23-2003 20:03:24  

Go to the photo ads and search for "Allis". You should find one that looks like yours and can compare condition for price. Or email me a pic and I will give it a try.

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