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AC B-110 Value? desirability?

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Posted September 21, 2016 - 05:34 PM

Hey , I am posting this here to see if I can get some Idea of a value and desirability of a tractor that has come to my attention .

Allis Chalmers B-110  Sn 069555

It comes with -


PTO tiller

snow blade

42" Mower Deck

Chains and a Cab

I don't have any pictures , yet , I haven't even seen it .

The story is the guy died , his wife is a very private person and won't list it or answer her phone. So a guy I know asked me if I would be interested . He does work for her and could get me an appt. to look at it and maybe make an offer .

I don't need it , but I might be interested in flipping it to someone who can use it. And its a nice drive thru the backroads of Michigan to look .

I have no idea about these tractors .


Researched to find this image of what it may look like - Specs say it is a pretty good machine and I know condition means a lot .

There is a chance I could get a great deal but I am not sure what a good deal would even be . And that is a lot of attachments to go with it.

As a package there has been mention of around $1K

Any input you could give me on this would be appreciated . What to look for with AC ? Common problems- etc.  


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Posted September 21, 2016 - 07:30 PM

A lot depends on condition,If it all looks like picture then I would think well worth the price you said in your post ,if not get it for whatever you feel is good for you.

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Posted September 21, 2016 - 08:25 PM

Ysah...B110s are so common that it would need to be nicely optioned and in way above average original condition (implements too) to even begin thinking about 1k. A running B110 with no frills is a $200 machine. Great tractor but not high dollar. Tiller might be another 200. Blower maybe 150. Cab 150-200. 42" snowblades are 50 bucks...or a 46" remote angle 125.

Condition and options would drive the value up.
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Posted September 21, 2016 - 09:54 PM

Check the bevel gear box
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Posted September 21, 2016 - 11:43 PM

I would start at that price and work down, need tire's?-$100,belts?-$50,blades?-$50,deck bearing's-$50 each (used, new are more) is seat and framework good?if not-$50,does it start and run? if not starting price is $500 at best,does it need a battery, carb kit, points-condenser, gas tank,gas lines ect....what shape are implements in, froze up parts, excessive wear, bent or broken or neglected, you could have a top dollar tractor or $200 Worth of parts
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