Allis Chalmers Tractors

This category covers Allis Chalmers Tractors.

  • Toy Tractors: The Allis Chalmers Model B

    In 1937, the tractor was destined to replace the horse, according to Allis Chalmers. With a new creation dubbed the Allis Chalmers Model B for sale, the pitch was one of putting the horses back in the barn. Claiming that the tractor required less maintenance than horses in order to sway farmer opinion along with using research and statistics, Allis Chalmers set forth to woo the public with their new machine. Priced at just under $500.00 each and being billed as a small farm tractor that...
  • Allis Chalmers Snow Tractor of 1944

    In 1944, Allis Chalmers created a total of 291 vehicles for the U.S. Army Air Corps and the 10th Mountain Division. These vehicles were intended to move supplies through heavy snow and rescue a downed pilot if needed. This vehicle was known as the M7 Snow Tractor, which at just over ten feet long as well as just over five feet wide as well as tall and weighing in at around 2600lbs, was able to traverse snow depths in the 10 foot deep range in temperatures well below zero.
    M7 Snow Tractors at...
  1. Toy Tractors: The Allis Chalmers Model B

    In 1937, the tractor was destined to replace the horse, according to Allis Chalmers. With a new creation dubbed the Allis Chalmers Model B for sale, the pitch was one of putting the horses back in the barn. Claiming that the tractor required less maintenance than horses in order to sway farmer opinion along with using research and statistics, Allis Chalmers set forth to woo the public with their new machine. Priced at just under $500.00 each and being billed as a small farm tractor that...
  2. Allis Chalmers Snow Tractor of 1944

    In 1944, Allis Chalmers created a total of 291 vehicles for the U.S. Army Air Corps and the 10th Mountain Division. These vehicles were intended to move supplies through heavy snow and rescue a downed pilot if needed. This vehicle was known as the M7 Snow Tractor, which at just over ten feet long as well as just over five feet wide as well as tall and weighing in at around 2600lbs, was able to traverse snow depths in the 10 foot deep range in temperatures well below zero. M7 Snow Tractors at...
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