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1937 Unstyled WC w/ Corn Picker gear set. NICE

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    Posted: 03 Sep 2019 at 7:23am
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1937 Unstyled WC.  Located in Central Michigan. $1450 FIRM

I've owned this tractor twice. First time was about 25 years ago. Then somehow a local tractor jockey ended up with it and I just had to have it back a few years ago. I'm thinning out my collection and sadly I offer it for sale.

Tractor has new front tires, and excellent rear tires on 24" F&H round spoke wheels with NO chloride damage.

Engine was rebuilt with M&W fire dome pistons, Head gone through, new lower end, and a Cam regrind.  Radiator was re-cored by Hankenson's radiator service in Comstock Park Mi. Also new Water Pump.  Correct angle exhaust manifold is excellent with no cracks or repairs.

This tractor had a mounted corn picker on it when I got it years ago. It had sat inside not used much other then picking. It is a low hour tractor.  The whole tractor is smooth with no pitting. There are a few extra holes drilled in the rear fenders where extra picker wheel shields bolted on.

It has 6.6:1 optional high crop/corn picker gear set. The 6:6:1 is the same ratio that the RC's used.

Rebuilt shifter tower with a bunch of NOS parts.

Yes, I had used it to pull some (the rear end ratio and also the engine work I did), and it was always a mean pulling machine.

$1450 FIRM.  PM me here or call 231-250-zero8nine2, calls only please.

Youtube link to it running:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ioyC1YxMcI








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Hm...good thing you're not near me, or I might be about $1,450 poorer. That's a good looking tractor.
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Creston  that is the same thing I was thinking.
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Festus, great minds think alike, don't they? Wink

So the optional high crop/corn picker gear set...does that slow it down from the standard gear ratio? 

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Originally posted by CrestonM CrestonM wrote:

Festus, great minds think alike, don't they? Wink

So the optional high crop/corn picker gear set...does that slow it down from the standard gear ratio? 


Correct.  Its the same ratio as used in RC's
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That would be handy for running an All-Crop at times, especially without the live PTO of the WD.
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Originally posted by CrestonM CrestonM wrote:

That would be handy for running an All-Crop at times, especially without the live PTO of the WD.


Back in 2006, I had to press this Allis into service baling, as my two more modern tractors decided to die naturally after I had hay down.  I was very thankful for the slowed down gearing running a New Holland 66 baler!!!!
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