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d-10 allis-chalmers tractor with 82-s sidemounted

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04-26-2004 11:35:17

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good condition. how much is it worth? thank you.

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04-27-2004 09:40:42

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 Re: d-10 allis-chalmers tractor with 82-s sidemou in reply to brian, 04-26-2004 11:35:17  
Generally, D-10 tractors are sought after as tractors to use and collect. The price can vary not only based on the condition and location of the tractor, but especially by what series/serial number the tractor is. Can you provide the serial number? Check the number that is stamped on the generator side of the tractor where the motor and torque tube meet. This is similar to the location of the bell housing on a car. If you could provide the serial number and photos we could all help estimate the price. The early tractors without independent pto generally bring less than the ones made later. I think it was #2500 that got the 149 cubic inch engine, independent pto and other modification. These tractors were later noted as "series 2," not all carried the decal. Above serial number 9000 they became "series 3" the Series 3 tractors bring the highest price. Having the original Allis mower will increase the value of your tractor. I saw a very beat up series 2 D-10 sell for $2300 last saturday in Western PA. I have seen a nice D-10 go for over $4500 and have seen over twice that amount asked for them.

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04-28-2004 06:36:01

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 Re: Re: d-10 allis-chalmers tractor with 82-s sid in reply to rwright, 04-27-2004 09:40:42  
oops. That is serial number 3500 that they changed Was that a senior moment I had?

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Melinda Marks

04-27-2004 09:40:09

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 Re: d-10 allis-chalmers tractor with 82-s sidemou in reply to brian, 04-26-2004 11:35:17  
Hi honestly we don't know we have been on here just yesterday ourself trying to find out what a AC British ED40 was worth. But, would you consider selling that tractor, and what would you want? and would you consider trading for a AC WD-45 tractor with loader in good cond. and runs, or a AC WD with loader? I am just asking, it doesn't hurt to ask, right?

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