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Which model do we own?

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Sharon

01-10-2004 09:16:51




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According to our serial number 035457 we have either a Allis Chalmer Model C or B. The model number located on top of the transmission case by the shift lever has the "0" first. This dates it to a 1945 if it is a "C" model(we think) and 1940 if it is a "B" model. What is the difference between these two models. I cannot seem to find this information.
We have a plow, disc, cultivator, sicle bar and push blade (push blade attaches on the back)
What terms do we use to decide its value.
We plan to sell it when my husband retires and we move. It has run good and been used to maintain our 1-2 acre garden, plow Michigan snows, etc. It has always been garaged. It has an engine leak. It has always had routine and necessary upkeep, replaced rusted fender. Should we do any restoration- engine rebuild or painting to increase the value? How much would this help?
Thank you for any help
Sharon

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steve

01-10-2004 16:03:41




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 Re: Which model do we own? in reply to Sharon , 01-10-2004 09:16:51  
there is no 0 at the beginning. it is either a C or a B letter. The B would be about 5 ft wide outside the rear tires (total), it would have a wide front end, porobably a wishbone arc, but maybe a straight alxe. The B probably has the rear wheel hub held on by one 1.5 inch center nut. The B steering gear box will have the arm pointed straight down and the rod goes to the front left wheel king pin to steer. The C is about 6 ft wide outside the rear tires, maybe a little more. The rear wheel hubs and bolted to the alxe with 4 bolts like a car, not a center nut. The C could be a narrow front end, or a wide. If it is wide it will be a straight alxe. The C steering box arm will point straight up, and the rod will go to an arm under the radiator, not the front wheel.

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CH

01-10-2004 10:35:52




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 Re: Which model do we own? in reply to Sharon , 01-10-2004 09:16:51  
Sorry. Didn't read enough. If you've got a narrow front, it's probably a C. There's not much difference between the two. Many parts are interchangable.



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CH

01-10-2004 10:33:23




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 Re: Which model do we own? in reply to Sharon , 01-10-2004 09:16:51  
If it's a B, The serial number will be preceeded by a B. Carfully scrub a little better.



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