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    ALLIS CHALMERS "BIG AL" Wanted

    Allis Chalmers 25000

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    #1 OFFLINE   kenworthk100

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    Posted 25 July 2013 - 03:35 PM

    Hello, I am looking for any parts, Literature, Memorbilia, Pics, Stories, Parts trucks, Complete trucks, engines. 2900, 3500, 11000, and 25000 Series truck parts. I am creating a web site to allow for my reproduction parts to be sold, I have a add in the Wheels of time, craigslist, unofficial Allis web site. Please email me xxxcumminskt600@aol.com or 716 512 0404 Attn Jeff.


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    #2 OFFLINE   mackniac

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    • Model:RD688S
    • Year:1990

    Posted 26 July 2013 - 09:50 AM

    I know where there is an old HD10 sitting in a field , would you be interested ?


    Makniac , collector and customizer of die-cast model in 1/50th scale


    #3 OFFLINE   57 bcr

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    • Model:B-61-T W/BCR KIT
    • Year:1957

    Posted 27 July 2013 - 10:11 AM

    A guy in our club has a AC generator (came from a hospital) with a very low hr. "Big Al" motor in it.Asking $4500.00.PM me if you want his #.                      Al


    IF YOU BOUGHT IT, A TRUCK BROUGHT IT..AND WHEN YOU'RE DONE WITH IT, A TRUCK WILL HAUL IT AWAY!!!!

    #4 OFFLINE   bulldog man

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    Posted 28 July 2013 - 12:24 AM

    I Remember  a few years back  seeing ads on ebay   for the Big Al  Truck engines  .   Never knew A/C  Made a truck engine till I seen that ad .

     

     

     

     

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    Old Dog Is alive & doing well w/ new owner right here in the Millington,Tn Area !!! Thank you Lord for sending a fellow Mack Man to rescue my name sake & pride & joy Old Dog from the scrap yard in Memphis!! hopfully he will running again soon.


    #5 OFFLINE   Freightrain

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    Posted 30 July 2013 - 10:45 AM

    Ron Knarr(NEO ATHS member) has a Freighliner COE with a Big Al in it.  If you look in your WOT, you'll see Bill Johnson standing beside it in the picture he uses for his column.


    Larry

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    #6 OFFLINE   theakerstwo

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    Posted 30 July 2013 - 09:23 PM

    When I worked for the old freightliner dealer here there was a few of them here maybe in late 60s or early 70s.I remember seeing a service letter from the factory stating if you pull a oil pan check to see if its cast iron and if so don't get under it when you pull the last bolt like we did cummins.It stated it weight around 400 lb and it would mash your stuff good. I have had a few of the alummmin pans off but never saw the cast iron.I under stood that engine was from a industrial world before trucks.
    glenn akers




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