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Allis Chalmers Discussion Forum
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What Make Is This Tractor?

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Jim Patton aka ~Flash

12-23-2003 22:13:38




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Is this ID# an Allis Chalmers..? WC88569 Thanks




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george h oliver

12-25-2003 08:59:59




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 Re: What Make Is This Tractor? in reply to Jim Patton aka ~Flash, 12-23-2003 22:13:38  
model no 5020 ,ser no 1235, i would like to know what year this tractor is and if some one has a photo so i can tell where the decal are supposed to be one this tractor it is a ALLIS-CHALMERS



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Eldon (WA)

12-23-2003 22:57:51




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 Re: What Make Is This Tractor? in reply to Jim Patton aka ~Flash, 12-23-2003 22:13:38  

1939 model WC



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~Flash

12-23-2003 23:22:27




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 Re: Re: What Make Is This Tractor? in reply to Eldon (WA), 12-23-2003 22:57:51  
Eldon, thanks for confirming the manufacturing year. I deal with the Ford N's. I do NOT know what "WC" stands for...do you? Please let me know! I live in Northern CA...40 miles East of Sacramento. I got this tractor as part of a trade. I have 90% of the orginal tractor. I'm trying to give this tractor to someone that is into "WC's"? as I am into the Ford N's. This could be another tractor of the past returned to a working tractor of today...

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Eldon (WA)

12-24-2003 08:29:08




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 Re: Re: Re: What Make Is This Tractor? in reply to ~Flash, 12-23-2003 23:22:27  

Email me at ejutah@webtv.net and I will send you links to my websites of AC pictures.



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steve

12-24-2003 08:15:27




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 Re: Re: Re: What Make Is This Tractor? in reply to ~Flash, 12-23-2003 23:22:27  
WC dont stand for anything. This is the origianl tractor that grew up to be a WD then WD45 the D17. The old WC had a "truck " type rear axle as compared to the newer tractors. Also you might have a PTO, but probably no hydraulics. Basically a "pull implement" tractor.



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wdTom

12-24-2003 18:47:02




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: What Make Is This Tractor? in reply to steve, 12-24-2003 08:15:27  
And then it became a 170 I think, same engine anyway, but a little more power with each new model of tractor.



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