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Terry from Pa

07-31-2003 18:31:07

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I recently stumbled across a little Allis that says on the side that its a d-10...I never knew they made one...is it worth anything (collectible)?
Its in nice shape too.. Thanks in advance...Terry

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Dave (NE)

08-01-2003 08:18:03

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 Re: D-10? in reply to Terry from Pa, 07-31-2003 18:31:07  
Snap it up, Terry. Or let me know where it is at. I'll be in PA next week and interested in looking at it. Dave

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07-31-2003 19:31:42

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 Re: D-10? in reply to Terry from Pa, 07-31-2003 18:31:07  
the D10 and D12 wee built in the early 1960s. These were replacements for the B and C built from 1938 to 1958. The D series was built for several years, but stopped before 1970. I did not look up the exact date. At the end of the D series Allis was running into financial difficulty and got hooked up with Deutz then AGCO. the D series was knows as the last of the "true Allis" farm tractors. Look to the left of this page under "galleries", then "tractor photos", then narrow down to D10. They are somewhat of a colectors item due to the last of a series, and the small physical size makes them a good "suburb" tractor. You dont see too many for less that $2500. and it could cost $4000 if its nice.

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Bud in NC

08-01-2003 10:16:55

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 Re: Re: D-10? in reply to steve, 07-31-2003 19:31:42  
I need some D10 Series 3 info and you sound like you probably have it. I bought a D10 basket case last night - $500. Where's the serial number on a D10? Also, is there anyone who sells D10 sheet metal at a reasonable price? Supposedly that's all that's missing from this one...and, no, I'm not expecting to have all the parts in the washtubs that came with it. I'm old enough to know that never happens. It looks like it'll be good company for our D17 Series 1 when it's back together, though. Thanks for any info you can offer!

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Bud in NC

08-01-2003 16:25:14

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 Re: Re: Re: D-10? in reply to Bud in NC, 08-01-2003 10:16:55  
Thanks for the info - it's more than I knew before! Guess I'll have to degrease this darling and hunt the number. I looked in that area but didn't see anything, but it was dark and the flashlight was dieing. It's really suprisingly clean. The only gauge that still looks like it'll work is the tack/hour meter - 0673.5 hours. I don't know whether or not to believe it, though - the gauge looks too good. This will be a working tractor so the sheet metal isn't really necessary. I have the radiator cowel and can make the support bar. Thanks again for the info!

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08-01-2003 15:19:05

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 Re: Re: Re: D-10? in reply to Bud in NC, 08-01-2003 10:16:55  
Thanks for the complement Bud, but as far as the D10, all i know is the front from the back. The serial number is just like the D17, on a flat boss on the left side, behind the motor on the bell housing. You will find that there are two main problmes with the smaller D series. ONe is they have a tendancy to jump out of 2 or 3 gear, the other is nobody makes aftermarket sheetmetal for them (fenders, hood, or tank) as far as i can tell. Only choice is to go to the junkyard.

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Bud in NC

08-02-2003 18:25:24

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: D-10? in reply to steve, 08-01-2003 15:19:05  
Just checking in - I scraped enough grease away to find the serial number - D10 9652. Looks like we have a 1966 model. My wife already decided that the D10 is the female and the D17 is the male....guess I'd better get to work prettying her up, huh? Take care - thanks again!

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