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1953 - Allis Chalmers WD 45
Serial Number: 146953
Transmission: ManualDrive: 2WD
Engine Cylinders: 4
This is a perfect candidate for first class restoration to a beautiful Classic Show/Display or Parade tractor with very high monetary and historic value.
Providence information: Purchased new in 1953 by family farmer in the "vegetable growing region" of New Jersey. Only family has owned this tractor on the same farm since brand new.
Engine oil and filters recently changed. Distributor point set just installed.
New ignition switch, exhaust manifold and muffler just installed.
- Starts easily
- Engine runs good without any knocks or rattles
- Classic Tractor, ready for work task or restoration
- One owner
- Excellent tractor
- Great tractor for investment and heritage
This is one of Allis Chalmers' most beloved and popular classic model tractors.
Great history of solid performance, low maintenance and superb operator satisfaction for many years.
- One owner, one farm
- Excellent sheet metal, complete
- Operators seat
- Snap coupler hitch
- New Three point hitch kit (in the box) included
- Hydraulic lift
- Power direct clutch that works
- Gear Transmission
- Rear hydraulic coupler
- Power steering. M and W kit added
2wd - Rear power take off
Price: $ 5,000.00 as-is
Located in Dunn, NC 28334, OBO
Antique farm machinery - implement.
Amazingly rare find.
Cole Planter Co. walk behind cotton duster chemical applicator.
I'll pretty sure this is a COLE application for cotton dust.
Inside the little tank is a wheel with tiny buckets ie a water wheel design.
The wheel is powered by a chain drive from the ground "bike" wheel with a sprocket.
The buckets dump (by a tilting rod design) into a manifold of pipes that allow the powder-dust or liquid to flow down onto the spinners.
The spinners have "wicks* attached to the edge of the spinners.
Therefore, as the spinners turn, the liquid or powder dust chemical heads to the wicks. As the wicks scatter and wipe over the soil surface, chemicals are applied.
Covington Planter Co, GA purchased Cole. $550 obo
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