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anyone ever heard of a d272?

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11-12-2003 14:39:27




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I saw an very different allis today while on the road. It has the Allis Chalmers lable in it and a big 272 on top of the grill. Never have seen one, is it rare or what? Looks as thou it has a perkins engine. Any help?




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Roy in UK

11-14-2003 12:08:22




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 Re: anyone ever heard of a d272? in reply to ed, 11-12-2003 14:39:27  
The D272 was introduced in 1959. (It replaced the D270 which arrived on the scene to replace the B in 1955) The Perkins P3 was offered as an option in the D270 and D272 tractors.



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John (C-IL)

11-12-2003 19:01:31




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 Re: anyone ever heard of a d272? in reply to ed, 11-12-2003 14:39:27  
Yep, it's the Brit's version of the D-17. THey were imported for a time and it isn't unusual to see one at a show every now and then.



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tj

11-13-2003 18:34:21




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 Re: Re: anyone ever heard of a d272? in reply to John (C-IL), 11-12-2003 19:01:31  
It is not the brits version of the D-17. it is a CA size tractor allis sold and made over seas. They made it in High clearance, low center of gravity gas and diesel. was it for sale?



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steve

11-13-2003 18:49:17




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 Re: Re: Re: anyone ever heard of a d272? in reply to tj, 11-13-2003 18:34:21  
there is one on e-bay for sale in 5 days. says the perkins engine is locked up. made in england. i agree it appears to be based on a CA or D14 size tractor.



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Theun (NL)

11-14-2003 07:41:36




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: anyone ever heard of a d272? in reply to steve, 11-13-2003 18:49:17  
Have a D272 petrol/gasoline version imported from France. The D272 was the follow-up on the D270. Has 3 point hitch and B type engine. They were build at Essendine UK.



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