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    Allis Chalmers Tractor History

    allischalmers-210-1.gifThe Allis-Chalmers Company was formed by the merger of the Edward P. Allis Company, Fraser and Chalmers Company, Gates Iron Works, and Dickson Manufacturing Company. Financial difficulties led to a reorganization in 1914. The newly renamed Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company entered the farm machinery business and introduced the 10-18, its first tractor. Allis-Chalmers had great success starting in the 1930s with the WC and the small farm B and C. In 1985, the farm equipment operations were sold to Klockner-Humboldt-Deutz of Germany. Tractor production continued under the Deutz Allis name until 1989, when the company was sold and renamed AGCO. AGCO continues to manufactured tractors under the AGCO Allis brand until 2001, when the name was dropped.

    Unofficial Allis - Company history, serial numbers, and parts information

    Allis Chalmers farm tractors
    4W-220 4W-305 6-12
    10-18 18-30 20-35
    25-40 160 170
    175 180 185
    190 190XT 200
    210 220 440
    616 620 720
    5015 5020 5030
    5040 5045 5050
    6040 6060 6070
    6080 6140 7000
    7010 7020 7030
    7040 7045 7050
    7060 7080 7580
    8010 8030 8050
    8070 8550 A
    All-Crop B C
    CA D10 D10 High Clearance
    D12 D12 High Clearance D14
    D15 D15 Series II D17
    D19 D21 D270
    D272 E 30-60 ED40
    FD3 FD4 FD5
    G H3 HD3
    HD5B HD6 HD7W
    HD9 HD10W HD11
    HD14 HD15 HD16
    HD16D HD19 HD20
    HD21 K L
    L M RC
    S T16 U
    UC WC WD
    WD45 WF WK

    Allis Chalmers backhoe-loader tractors
    615 714C 715C
    715D 918  

    Allis Chalmers industrial tractors
    190 640 644
    710C 714D HD3
    HD16D I40 I60
    I400 I600 IB
    W Speed Patrol WC Speed Maintainer  

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