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ALLIS CHALMERS B-110 GARDEN TRACTOR - RARE Current bid US $225.00 (reserve met) Starting bid US $225.00 Quantity 1 # of bids 1 Bid history Time left Auction has ended with Buy It Now. High bidder used Buy It Now! Learn more Location Franklin, Wisconsin [img]http://ebay0.ipixmedia.com/abc/M28/_EBAY_00334d099e0b3119fb9f624beaf7a207/i-1.JPG[/img]
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I'd like to know who all these people are that can afford stuff like this, drive $50,000 cars and live in $500,000 homes and still be in their 30's. I've been pretty lucky and had some good jobs in my life amd will occasionally splurge on myself or my family, but $225 for something that sits on a shelf would not be in my budget. I wish I knew the secret to having seemingly unlimited funds like so many others seem to. Where are all the $100,000+/yr jobs??????? (sorry for getting a little off topic) Brent
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Originally posted by Brent_Baumer
I wish I knew the secret to having seemingly unlimited funds like so many others seem to.
Real good credit and being in hock 125% of your total assets. You'd be surprised how many of those $250,000.00 homes were bought with $5,000-10,000 down. Payments gotta be a bear, but just don't think about it, and it'll be okay. :I Steve
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Originally posted by Brent_Baumer
Where are all the $100,000+/yr jobs???????
Enron, Worldcom, Global Crossing....... just to name a few.:D:D}:)
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It'll be interesting to see which sells for more, a real B-112 or a toy B-110. Toy B-110 is leading now. I know which one I'd rather have. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2310146577&category=20544 [img]http://ebay1.ipixmedia.com/abc/M28/_EBAY_055271b9fd548c2fba904007ed156218/i-1.JPG[/img]
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This toy looks in great shape but I've seen many B110s at toy tractor shows, $25 to $75. The AC 312 is probably just as rare. They never made a toy of the 700 or 900 series ACs as far as I know. They have made a toy of the AC 1920.
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I abhor having things sitting on the shelf never getting used....... As far as how rare, I only see these on Ebay, almost never locally. And I live in an area that was rich in AC dealers in the 60's.
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This is the same tractor with toolbox that we were talking about earlier... it's relisted, I think. The guy with the Legacy and loader still has the record on how many times he lists one, though ;)
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The big differences are hood, steering wheel and center PTO, as far as I can tell. The HB-212 was made for 2 years, while the HB-112 was only made for one year, while the regular B-112 was made for 2 years... B-112 [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/images/1968_ac/112_pg1_md.jpg[/img] B-212 [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/images/b_series_images/ac_b-2121x1.jpg[/img] The B-210/212 also used a unique (and expensive) double-V belt from the center PTO to the mower deck.
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Rob A trip to www.simpletractors.com will answer all your questions. All the info is there. Pictures specs. etc. And yes there was an HB-112.
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The little woman shrieks when I pull in with a $100 tractor on my trailer. I'd hate to see her if I brought a $225 tractor home in my pocket!
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