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Old Allis Chalmers

Discussion in 'Dozers' started by Bobesmo, Jun 10, 2022.

  1. Bobesmo

    Bobesmo New Member

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    I am trying to find info on this Allis Chalmers. It’s been buried in blackberries a couple of decades. I have no info/knowledge on this, it was left on the property when I acquired it.
    Probably going to end up scraping it,but would like to know more about it.
    Thanks!
     

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  2. Rob Gunn

    Rob Gunn Well-Known Member

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    I would assume there is a tag on it that would give model number and serial number. With that info you could then do a serial number search and find out what year it is. Its a shame that it i=was left out all these years and going to go to scrap. I know that there are a number of collectors out there that would maybe willing to pay the scape price just to try and save it. BUT finding THAT GUY would be a challenge.
     
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  3. Bobesmo

    Bobesmo New Member

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    Thanks for the reply Ron.
    I haven’t been able to find a tag on it yet. I will look some more. I’ve considered trying to revive it but I’m currently working on a mid 70’s Case 1740 UniLoader. Also would be a challenge to drag into my shop.
    If there is anyone in north west Oregon area interested in this let me know. I would like to see it saved!
     
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    It's way cool, but I am able to resist it. It helps not having a dually truck and a tandem dual axle trailer with a winch.
     
  5. Dave Neubert

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    Looks about like a HD6 looks to have a buda diesel
     
  6. TomA

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    I think it is an M.
     
  7. Dave Neubert

    Dave Neubert Senior Member

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    You may be right never saw a cable control like that
     
  8. catman13

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    im interested, how far from Hillsboro is it, do have a way push it enough to tell it will roll