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ITS NOT ALLIS BUT ITS ORANGE !

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shovelhead
This is my first Show & Tell post. It should have been one of my Allis tractors,..anyway I pick this up yesterday here in my home town. Have been keeping a eye on it for a couple years or so and ask to sell but they always said they would get back with me when they were ready to sell. I had gave up and they called me yesterday and said $300 and its yours. Bought it from original owner, runs good, 1600 hrs. Did I make a good deal? I bought it thinking it would make good trading stock for another Allis. It seems to be a really nice tractor.






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Hydro-Manic
Great deal ...i was looking into one that had front and read hydro hook ups.I wanted one for a log spliter attchment.Nice deal that will get you a allis no problem,but i would keep it.(like the other five i have)

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jmhusby
Can't tell from the decal but its either a 446 or 448, around an 85 model. Switched number system in 89 and had full fenders the last couple years of the 400 series. Had 3 like that, 83 Case and 85 and 88 Ingersolls.You can't do stripping like Simplicity but mine always did a good job of mowing. Like any mowers you need to set them up properly.

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