1964 D15 Series II
No the paint and decals are not right,
but it was bought to be a working tractor, and it does.
I needed a bit more power to run a 5x6 round baler.
I just wanted a 160, and found one that starts and runs good, but has a few issues that I have yet to resolve.
This one will be the first restored after I get a shop built in the next few years, and will be my show and ride tractor.
I agree, your tractors look to be in good working order! Thanks for posting the great shots! I have to learn a bunch about Allis, Chalmers. I was just a operator. and the ones we had just ran and ran!
Yea I drained the tank and carb in about 10 minutes!
I remember Dad jumping the plug wire to the plug with a cover off a book of matches . it would hold the wire away from the end of the plug and make the spark jump further. He claimed it cleared a fouled plug. I seen him do it many times.
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