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B10Dave
:OMade a phone call last night. Came to terms with owner. Went for a drive after work today and brought home this.


















Ran last year. Has compression and spark. Suspect gas turned to varnish in carb. Hope to have running on the weekend.dOddOd

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Karl_Brandt
Dave, That is a nice looking old Allis Chalmers snowblower. What year is that snowblower......late 1960's or 1970. I have seen a few AC orange snowblower before....but not for sale:( Karl

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Michiganmobileman
Nice find Dave!! I keep trying to talk a customer out of his Simplicity walk behind that he bought new in the 70's, no luck yet but they go south in the winter so I hit him up every fall.

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B10Dave
Karl; I think you are close on the year. My thought is as it's a SNO "BEE" it wouldn't be any later than the last of the B series tractors. But also as it has the Bumble Bee decal it could be the same years as the B10/B12. Larry, building is stuffed front to back and I am seriously considering another smaller one to go behind it. Dave.

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GLPointon
Nice addition to the collection Dave!dOd That would look cool displayed on a small trailer being pulled by a "B-Tractor" wearing a snowplow. (Like an old A-C advetisment)

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