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I just bought an Allis B206 from a club member (bear). Don't have it home yet but do have a picture. My question is about the paint colors. Here is a pic of the one I just bought,,,


and here is the picture from the brochure for the B206 from the simpletractor site,,,,,


I am guessing the one I bought is a newer model than the one in the brochure, but not sure. Bear is pretty sure the paint is original on the one I bought. Anyone have any more info about this tractor? It is really cute, a 6 hp, 26 inch deck, with three speeds forward and electric start. Should be a fun one to play with! Steve

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B10Dave
Steve; Your B206 is the same vintage as the early Homesteader tractors.Paint is correct. I have one of the earlier yellow B206's.You can find a pic in the Homesteader part of ST. Dave

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larry8200
I think the Allis built tractors in the early 70's from the Lexington plant were orange and cream. My B-207E and 312 were both built at Lexington and have that paint scheme.


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