1930's Allis Chalmers tractor (crawler)


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1930's Allis Chalmers tractor (crawler)

Dennis Hernandez Recently aquired an antique A.C. tractor as it came with another purchase. Am not familar with farm tractors, and would like some info on it. Found 3 different serial numbers on it, and it does have a large "M" on the nose? It is belt driven and rather narrow, but, in fair condition. Looking for any help figuring out the year and model, was told it was an orchard tractor, and was made narrow for this purpose. Please reply with any info. Number printed near gears is 45247?
Manuel : Recently aquired an antique A.C. tractor as it came with another purchase. Am not familar with farm tractors, and would like some info on it. Found 3 different serial numbers on it, and it does have a large "M" on the nose? It is belt driven and rather narrow, but, in fair condition. Looking for any help figuring out the year and model, was told it was an orchard tractor, and was made narrow for this purpose. Please reply with any info. Number printed near gears is 45247?


Den,
there was a model M crawler/dozer. 1932-1942. has M cast on the side of the radiator. they did made an orchard model [there were differences]. if u find the serial or u need more info, let me know.

Tim Blaise you will need all of the numbers and the M for geting the parts. so don't get rid of the numbers. as far as there quality. if you can get it back into the shape and in the color that it was in it could be worth quite a bit of money. the fancier it looks the more money it could bring if you were to sell it. um good luck on fixing it all up and I hope that the tractor comes for alot of money.



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