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Dan England

07-27-2003 18:00:50

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My friend is trying to determine the identity of a tractor which he saw many years ago. It was produced by Allis-Chalmers and was similar in size to a Farmall Cub. The motor was mounted behind the driver's seat. There was little or no tin in front of the seat, and the frame , perhaps made of pipe, was visible. I will appreciate any help which you can give on the name of this tractor, the time period in which it was produced, as well as other information which you might have on it. A source where we might see pictures of it would be helpful. Thanks, Dan

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Ronnie in TX.

07-27-2003 19:31:51

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 Re: Name This Tractor in reply to Dan England, 07-27-2003 18:00:50  

My link to A-C model G tactors.

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Allis Chalmers G

07-27-2003 18:13:00

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 Re: Name This Tractor in reply to Dan England, 07-27-2003 18:00:50  
third party image

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Dan England

07-27-2003 18:45:25

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 Re: Re: Name This Tractor in reply to Allis Chalmers G, 07-27-2003 18:13:00  
Allis Chalmers G: Thanks for the prompt reply. I have not seen a tractor like this, but your picture fits his description. I believe this is the one he is looking for. Do you know the type(model?) of this tractor? I believe that he wants to buy one so if you or anyone reading this post knows of one for sale please let me know. Again, thanks for the picture and would love to get additional info on tractors of this type. Dan

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Let your fingers do the w

07-27-2003 18:59:54

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 Re: Re: Re: Name This Tractor in reply to Dan England, 07-27-2003 18:45:25  
Check the classifieds here and auctions on ebay. There are 1000's of these tractors out there and many for sale if you are willing to pay the price. Information abounds. Also suggest books by Terry Dean, Norm Swinford and others.

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07-28-2003 00:17:59

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Name This Tractor in reply to Let your fingers do the w, 07-27-2003 18:59:54  
Or you could always buy the updated version... Scroll down aways to see the modern clone of the "G" Allis.

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