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1938 Allis WC

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Randy L

10-02-2003 10:34:26

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I've seen a 1938 WC sitting by the road near me. The sign says $1000 OBO. This machine seems Ok leaks oil (motor and trans well coated) and needs a front gril. Asuming it runs well too, Is that a good price?

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10-03-2003 10:59:05

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 Re: 1938 Allis WC in reply to Randy L, 10-02-2003 10:34:26  
Sounds too high for around here- sounds like an average tractor and I would expect 5-800 for it. Front grill?, like the radiator cowling? Mqajor part missing. If it is unstyled- since AC made the change about then, the unstyled had the 'square' gas tank and no grill, styled (by 39) had the round gas tank and the front cowling.

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10-02-2003 19:24:44

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 Re: 1938 Allis WC in reply to Randy L, 10-02-2003 10:34:26  
if you are buying to restore it might be o.k. if you are going to use it as a tractor, remember a WC has pto, but probably no hydraulics or lift system, just a pulling unit. IN the midwest you can get a WD for $700-800 if you look long enough. Like he said, depends on how bad you want it.

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10-02-2003 17:26:13

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 Re: 1938 Allis WC in reply to Randy L, 10-02-2003 10:34:26  
If it is styled, it needs a grill, if unstyled they don't have a grill. $1000 seems OK if it runs good and everything works I guess. Depends on the area of the country you are in and how bad you want it.

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Randy L

10-03-2003 04:39:47

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 Re: Re: 1938 Allis WC in reply to wdTom, 10-02-2003 17:26:13  
Thanks Guys,

I got an AC HD5G a wile back and love it. I thoght that this WC might be a nice addition to my starting AC fleet. Could you make an unstyled a styled?


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10-03-2003 18:21:52

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 Re: Re: Re: 1938 Allis WC in reply to Randy L, 10-03-2003 04:39:47  
I don't see why you couldn't add a radiator, "shell" hood, gas tank and tank support, bellhousing with holes to bolt the tank support, and maybe some other parts I didn't think of. AC did it so can you if you want to. But why change the look of a great old unstyled tractor, they have character!

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