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What would you pay...Allis B

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Dan

11-19-2003 16:48:17




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A guy down the road a couple of miles away has an Allis B, runs good, about the worst things are an alternator and front automotive rims and tires. He's thinking about 1200$.Good tin, pretty fair tires on rear. Is he in the ballpark. BTW it has a mag, not sure if this means its an older model.Any thoughts?




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Rick M

11-22-2003 11:58:35




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 Re: What would you pay...Allis B in reply to Dan, 11-19-2003 16:48:17  
If it looks decent and starts and runs, then offer $1000 cash on the spot. See if he bites. if not then go back the next day and say $1100



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steve

11-19-2003 18:38:45




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 Re: What would you pay...Allis B in reply to Dan, 11-19-2003 16:48:17  
all the B's had a mag as far as i know. atleast from 1938 thru 1953. The last few built in the mid 50's might have been distributors, im not sure. new rear tires can cost $500. rebuilding a smoking motor can cost $500. a nice paint job can cost several hundered dollars. If it does not need these then you are in the ball park. I look for running units that are a little on the rough side and you can get them for $7-800. If it dont run but is complete they still seem to get $500. B is a very popular tractor. Good looking with decent paint and tires can be $1600. See a few for sale for $2000. dont know if they are selling or not at that price.

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John P. Martine

11-19-2003 17:50:56




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 Re: What would you pay...Allis B in reply to Dan, 11-19-2003 16:48:17  
I pulled out my 2003 edition of the Used Tractor Price Guide and for Allis Bs in FAIR/Good condition, the book stated:1939-$640/$990, 1940-$560/$1020, 1941-$670/1040, 1942-$700/$1320, 1943-$710/$1360, 1944-$730/$1390, 1945-$770/$1450, 1946-$800/$1500, 1947-$840/$1540, 1948-$890/$1590, 1949-$920/$1610, 1950-$940/$1630, 1951-$980/$1700. I'll stop here but the B was produced through 1957. Hope this wasn't too much information for you. --JPM

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Dan

11-20-2003 05:44:44




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 Re: Re: What would you pay...Allis B in reply to John P. Martine, 11-19-2003 17:50:56  
Thankyou for the replies.I think I will think about it a bit more first.



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Rich, NJ

11-20-2003 05:20:07




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 Re: Re: What would you pay...Allis B in reply to John P. Martine, 11-19-2003 17:50:56  
Just for kicks, What did it say for a 38 w/PTO ? Regards, Rich



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AZ Jack

11-20-2003 20:01:13




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 Re: Re: Re: What would you pay...Allis B in reply to Rich, NJ, 11-20-2003 05:20:07  
Machinery Links shows the the 38 B Fair-$666, Good $1166 and Premium @ $1516. Jack



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John P. Martine

11-20-2003 19:19:45




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 Re: Re: Re: What would you pay...Allis B in reply to Rich, NJ, 11-20-2003 05:20:07  
The data book had nothing about a '38 B. Also, the book doesn't break out the value based on this and that. Just FAIR / GOOD / PREMIUM --JPM



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CHALMERSBOB

11-23-2003 18:47:00




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: What would you pay...Allis B in reply to John P. Martine, 11-20-2003 19:19:45  
I JUST BOUGHT A 1940 "B", CRANK START, ADJUSTABLE FRONT AXLE, RUNS AND HAS VERY GOOD REAR TIRES . THE RIMS AND ALL SHEETMETAL IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. ALSO HAS CULTIVATOR.
PAID $400. FOR IT. ALSO JUST BOUGHT A D14 WITH A FACTORY LOADER, CRACKED BLOCK AND 1 BAD SPIN-OUT. BOB



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