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Allis Chambers Model G--Late 40's Early 50's

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AS a teen I used an Allis Chambers, Model G. Engine in rear. Don't know HP and have been unable to see any photo of one. Just wonder if anyone has one, or any information I could peruse.

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There is a newer GII that was made by AC in the late 70's and early 80's. There is information on this site about the GII go to the simpletractors button above and click on allis chalmers, under AC there is a GII in there. good luck John H ps a friend of mine has a 1949 model G water cooled and an "armstrong" lift the newer GII has a hydraulic lift and an air cooled engine

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