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1947 Allis Chalmers WC with a Model 33 Corn Puller

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    Posted: 08 Jan 2014 at 10:22am
We have a 1947 Allis Chalmers WC with a Model 33 Corn Puller for sale. I would rather see it restored or used for parts. Front hub and wheels missing. It was parked in a pasture in the 1960's. Oil is clean but that's about all I know.
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That is a corn picker not a corn puller.   MACK
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My understanding is that a corn picker would shuck the corn, this one does not.
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I think your referencing a corn picker with a sheller unit?

The tractor in the picture above does have a corn picker mounted to it. It still picks the corn (might not husk as well as one with a husking bed) and still puts it in the wagon.
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Matt. Have you guys really been mowing around this WC since the 60's ? …..Serious?
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Originally posted by MattSplittgerber MattSplittgerber wrote:

My understanding is that a corn picker would shuck the corn, this one does not.

Could be a Model 34 snapper?
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If it's not a picker, I would say it is a snapper. Perhaps it is a regional thing.
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Is that a square axle tube? Is that a wartime rear I see?
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How much
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If you were only closer lol
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Road trip to Texas!    Damn! Wish that was in the budget.    
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Road trip to Texas!    Damn! Wish that was in the budget.    [:^(]
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Anyone interested?
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Too far for me.
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I'd own that already if it wasn't so far awy..
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Any more interest?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote MattSplittgerber Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Jan 2014 at 9:36pm
It's definitely a model 33.

Edited by MattSplittgerber - 13 Jan 2014 at 9:36pm
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Matt...Sell this yet?  $? Thanks....Dale

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Still for sale.
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Would u sell the parts and u keep tractor. And uptake apart
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Maybe, what are you looking for and what are you willing to pay?
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I have a C and a half plus a pull behind cyclebar mower just south of there in Katy, Tx in case anyone needs to justify a trip. If I have any room I might could haul this thing a little way, if I have to go after my stuff.
   If anyone goes after it, let me know. I could sure use some help getting my stuff to just south of Shreveport, SW Arkansas, or anywhere closer that we can find storage.
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