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I have 7 lol the old allises are my favorite thy are a simple tractor to work on and are good workers there were lot allises on farms few in this area was dealer only bout 5 mile from here lets here wat model allis u like :peace: :)
 

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I've always like the cowling/gas tank styling on the WD-45.
There didnt seem to be a whole lot of AC's around where I grew up. A lot of people aorund where I live now speak highly of the D17's. My father in-law just bought a 58 D17 gas model. He has changed out the tricycle front end to a wide front end.
 

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Slips the wd 45 is nice trctr n lot thm still around hope you get you one find two i want one lol:party:
 

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Mow the styling of the WD45 sets it apart from others the D17 is a good tractor to friend mine has one tht his father bght new wen thy frst came out its a wide front he still uses it 2 plow plant n bale with thy are still good old work horses:peace:
 

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Originally posted by Big Allis
I have 7 lol the old allises are my favorite thy are a simple tractor to work on and are good workers there were lot allises on farms few in this area was dealer only bout 5 mile from here lets here wat model allis u like :peace: :)
I will have to vote for the WF, I do have a WC that I hope to putt around on next summer.
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My birthday is May 12 ,if you guys get together and buy me a WD-45 ,I will not expect a Christmas gift.
 

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Hi Guys, I'd have to say that the WD45 was a truly great little tractor! I've had 2 WD's and 1 WD45. I used the 45 to mow 7 acres with a bush-hog. That tractor, for no bigger than it was, was nearly unstopable. WD45's, especially with the wide front ends are still being widely used on farms here in the midwest. Bill
 

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Those both are real nice,but I kinda had my heart set on a wide front.
 

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Re: Jody

Originally posted by slipshod
Those both are real nice,but I kinda had my heart set on a wide front.
The one you posted up top wasn't a wide front but i will find you one.:smiles:
Jody
 

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Gee, I would like to find one of those "G"-models to play around with & restore but Gee I have never even seen one except in pictures. Gee, Am I expecting too much in hoping I could actually find a "G" ?.


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<img src=http://www.hpphoto.com/servlet/LinkPhoto?GUID=2ea56e23-2f05-55fd-36ec-5bac74804f7e&size=lg>

This is my favorite Allis a 190 XT its a 1968 and has a EXCEL after market cab.We also have a WD but I need to take a picture of it.
 

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Originally posted by johnbron
:jumpropeb

Gee, I would like to find one of those "G"-models to play around with & restore but Gee I have never even seen one except in pictures. Gee, Am I expecting too much in hoping I could actually find a "G" ?.


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Now refresh my mind. The G's are the kinda insect looking thing with the motor in the rear?

If so my county fair this past year had one. Real cool, and also a lot smaller then I thought. Looking at the pictures I thought it was a good size tractor, but realy it is kinda small. Looks like it would be AWSOME for smaller garden work. But I guess thats what they made it for.
 

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The G is a cool lil tractor wth variety attachmnts like loader an ront mt hay rake but it mostly used as a cultivator tractor was goood at tht n has bin copied by other cmpny's id like get one one day 2 neat tractor:party:
 
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