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1934 Allis Chamler Tractor B Model
Hello, I am trying to find the model # for this 1934 Allis Chamler Tractor. Also, This immaculate tractor will be for sale in the near future. I would appreciate any info!
|Jeff Z.||Don't believe they used model numbers on the B. They have a serial number on top of the transmission.
Hey, Thanks for the info. Does this sound like the serial #. A-M-2787-13
|rich4||The B's were first built in 1938, I think that is what you have, the 1939 serial numbers start with 11800
|GlenninPA||The number you reference is the engine block casting number, which would make your tractor a 1941. The fact that it has foot brakes would lead one to believe it is a late 1941, not an earlier one.
Look in front of the shifter lever, there will be a small cast block there which likely will read "Tractor No. B5####", where # could be any number.
Good luck selling the tractor, possibly you would want to replace the gas tank, as that is a rather nasty dent.
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