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|Gary||I'm looking at and considering buying a B that appears to be in reasonable condition for its age. (1949 according to the serial number) A couple of things concern me...the seat is of the type used on the C, sprung, not the bench type normally seen on B's. Second thing is the rear rim centers appear to be smooth as if there is a weight bolted to the center covering the lug bolts but if it is a weight it doesn't appear large enough to add much weight. Any information would be appreciated, I have pictures of it that will speak better than my description. Also is $900 and reasonable price.
|Lawrence Licon||Does anyone out there know where the serial number is located on a 1948 or 1949
Allis Chalmer B Tractor?