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Online Auct results, 01/26/22,

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    Posted: 27 Jan 2022 at 7:16pm
These 3 AC tractors sold Wed at Big Iron Online Auct. 
All appeared to be nice condition. I did not go look at them. They were all in N E Nebraska.
AC 8050 MFWD, @ $46,500. 
AC 185, 34" rears @ $9,800. 
AC 185, 28" rears, cab, loader @ $7,800. 
AC 200, CAH, AC185D bareback, AC 180D bareback, D17 III, WF. D17 Blackbar grill, NF. D15 SFW. Case 1175 CAH, Bobcat 543B,
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That 8050 must have been sweet!!! Gotta find pictures. Ryan
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For $45,000 I’ll sell a nice 8050 and 7580 as a package.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote matador Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Jan 2022 at 12:41am
Here is the 8050: https://www.bigiron.com/Lots/1982Allis-Chalmers8050MFWDTractor

I'd say that's one of the nicest I've ever seen
Tractors: Allis WD (x2), Allis 7040, Oliver 1800A Diesel, Case 830 Caseomatic, White 2-105, Massey 1105 | Plus a Gleaner F2, 30' A-C 1300 Cultivator, Flightline bale elevator
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You notice Andy Gubbels was sales agent for Big Iron
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No, but I don't know who he is. Should I? The name rings a bell, but I can't place it

Edited by matador - 28 Jan 2022 at 9:21am
Tractors: Allis WD (x2), Allis 7040, Oliver 1800A Diesel, Case 830 Caseomatic, White 2-105, Massey 1105 | Plus a Gleaner F2, 30' A-C 1300 Cultivator, Flightline bale elevator
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only 236 hours??? the condition of the tractor sure makes it look true.

not a bad price, considering what a new tractor cost. 
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He's a forum member...part of Gubbels Restorations??
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Originally posted by SteveM C/IL SteveM C/IL wrote:

He's a forum member...part of Gubbels Restorations??

That is true but I haven't seen him on in a long time.
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I wonder what the story is that that tractor has such low hours and looks almost new? Ryan

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I’d like to know the story of the owner to. 
Where’s the correct police. If it’s legit. Be a nice tractor to referee to.
Lots of pictures of the repainted rims.
It’s nice though. Hard to believe that low hours.


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A lot of blue smoke from the exhaust for a low houred tractor.
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Here is what I was told by someone who went and looked at it. This is the second owner, when he bought it, it had a non-working tach with 2300 - 2400 hours. The second owner, (the seller) put a new tach in, and used the tractor about 50 hours a year. Still, it is a really clean tractor.

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the other thing that made me wonder was the wear marks on side of dash and console. Wouldn’t think 200 hours would have that. But I don’t know
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what’s the switch on side of dash just above warning labels 
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Mike that is the strobe light switch.
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oh ok thanks. Nicely done. Was that an mirrors an option of that time period. Or stuff done latter on.
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That is a really sharp tractor!

We don't row crop but with wider tires and more weight it would do the job here.

The only thing I'm not too sure of is the JD steps.   I think the fit is wrong.   The top step is awkward, and the whole setup sticks out too far from the cab. I've used a New Holland three step on my 8070 that works and looks much better.

Thanks for posting it.
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46,500 and don't even get a throttle on the console Confused
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My Lord, a 35+ year old tractor with 236 hours is barely 6 weeks worth of work.  Amazing!
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It's got nice rubber and dual hardware, but based on the pictures I'd say the selling price was probably double what it's worth.  Not sure what that decal is on the fiberglass hood, was the tractor special for some reason?  For example, the step on the right side is what the early 8050's had, was the tractor used for the Nebraska test trials or something like that which gave it added value to a collector?
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Wondering why they widened out the rear inner wheels by installing bands in them. Drawbar support has a considerable amount of wear for 200 hrs it’s closer to 3000 like someone said above. If it was indeed that low hours why all the newer rubber I’ve got a 7060 with 3,600 hrs and it’s still sporting all 4 original tires on the rear.

Edited by AllisandGleaner - 01 Feb 2022 at 8:59am
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