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Allis-Chalmers HD7

Discussion in 'Old Iron!' started by Orchard Ex, Jun 18, 2006.

  1. T Red

    T Red Well-Known Member

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    Start here you may even find some pricing help there also.
    http://www.allischalmers.com/
    Local antique tractor shows may be the best option.

    Pricing is a though question. There's so many factors involved; undercarriage, location of an interested buyer.

    Here lately antique tractor auctions have been the place to sell old iron. IMO most overpriced right now. You may can consign it to a good auction.

    We do like pictures.:)

    Good luck,
    Tim
     
  2. egoman

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    Hey OE if you go to the crane sec. you will see a thread posted by me called old but free crane. This is my unit crane and there is a lot of info there that should help you identify that crane. I have a 1020 and its very similar to that one. If you get up close there are several ID plates on them.
     
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    Welcome to Heavy Equipment Forums Nailz63! :drinkup
     
  4. Nailz63

    Nailz63 New Member

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    allis chalmers hd7

    Sorry but I am new to this forum. How do I post pictures here? The bottom says I may not post attachments. I have several pics of the hd7 that I would like to show. This machine is in excellant condition.
    Thanks for your help.
     
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  6. Orchard Ex

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    Thanks, I'll go check for ID plates after it gets cold here and the wasps "chill out" :)
     
  7. Nailz63

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    Thank you for your help
     
  8. Buckwheat

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    the old girl looks real good nice job on it. i restored a 59 460 diesel in high school paint job doesnt look that good but that was my first learning experiance with body work but i am still proud of it. ill have to get some pictures of it up here when i get home to access them.

    Chad