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Valiant Farmer's Allis-Chalmers Other
Valiant Farmer
By Valiant Farmer, 04/02/2020
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  • 2 comments
  • Make Allis-Chalmers
  • Series Other
  • Model Other
  • Year Tractor Was Made 1950 ish
  • Manufacturer (MFR) Number 124971
  • Tractor Serial Number EB104374
  • Engine Manufacturer Allis Chalmers
  • Engine Model EB
  • Engine Serial Number --
  • Date Purchased 30/11/2019
  • Purchase Price $$ 148.88
  • Condition at Time of Purchase Ruff but running. Bought to fix up
  • Condition Now In the middle of fixing up
  • URL Link --

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IS that a B or C Allis? A friend of mine down the road from my house has a couple of both. He is a full time farmer and only uses Allis equipment, and collects old tractors. I have one of his magnetos on my bench right now, rebuilding it for him, or, waiting on parts to rebuild it.

I don't know if you have seen this, but https://www.allischalmers.com/serials.html

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Hi, This is a Allis Chalmers EB

 

 Here is a little bit of info.

After the second world war Allis Chalmers operated factories in the United Kingdom at Totton (to 1949) in Totton Hampshire and Essendine in Rutland. Formerly the Minneapolis-Moline factory.

Model EB (1950-1955) British built model B with a straight front axle. EB serial numbers from Essendine works began at EB-4001. Some 2000 were assembled at the Totton, Southampton facility between 1947/9 from imported CKD kits but using US serial numbers locally stamped with an additional E prefix. Theoretically there may be duplication of serial numbers with later English production tractors.
 
English-built models have an 'EB' serial number
 
Thank you for the link!
 
Thanks!
Samuel

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