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Allis-Chalmers Model E - Modified?


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Good news all around, Wives fever is gone, Grandson is doing real good and going to school, He's 14 and plays a lot of baseball and real strong. Big Charlie is on the trailer and we went to the GOTO in N. Wisconsin. Always a good time at the GOTO's, Meat up with some old friends and make some new one's. Made a couple of phone calls and got a big welcome to the show and three members of my family were also there too,

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Sounds like a good week! Glad everyone is doing better.
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I guess about this time of the year when the days get short and nights grow longer, must be the end or the tractor show season and about time to check the antifreeze in those big play toys. I missed several shows that I attend each year, Had some sickness in the family and a grandson having a serious brain operation and two deaths in the family, one in Florida and one in Wisconsin ( I live in Georgia ) but I did manage to attend the GOTO`s in Conn. @ Wis. Just got home from Cummings, Ga. This is a very good show for being in north Ga. and late in Fall . So now time to work on some more projects, Both home and Shop and make plans for next year. I missed meeting some of you again, that I met in earlier years ,But meeting up with others was good for the soul too. One seems to meet a lot of people in this tractor business. All take care and I`m hoping to see you soon, At a tractor show. Bring your business cards, I collect them and try to remember who they came from. Good luck in your projects, whatever color they are .Roger Weinhold AKA Charlie 1925: salute:
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My Three Grandsons having a little fun on Big Charlie!!


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About time to wish all you stakers a MARRY CHRISTMAS & A HAPPY NEW YEAR. May the best of everything come your way. Lets all go to some tractor/ engine shows and have a good time , Lets make 2016 a good year for our familys & friends.
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How does one trim a tractor for Christmas? I guess I don`t have to do that because the tractor already is Green, Red, Silver and Gold/Copper colored. So that`s one job I don`t have to do and undo. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL.
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^ You can do wonders with motion lights......
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Graig A. Do they come in 6 or 12 volt or are they AC voltage? ( Like 110 or 220 ) I was thinking maybe attaching them to the magneto. That way I would get a flashing affect and really that's the only electrical source on this tractor.( But thanks for the flash back. ) I mite stop by your place some time and get a set of those lights. ( Just having fun ) I do get to Wisconsin about twice a year for family things and tractor shows . ( Sheboygan county area ) Stay happy and thanks for all you do on the Stak.
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Stakers; About time to get the tractor out of the shop and do some cleaning up, . I got a couple of Allis Chalmers shows to go to, Or as we Allis people say Gathering of the orange. ( GOTO ) First one is in Rochester, Ind. Then the Orange Spectacular in Hutchinson, Minn. Then onto Burnett Corners, Wis. That`s 10 miles from where my sister lives. Then to another GOTO at Boonville, Mo. and maybe a couple more shows , Mite just slide up to Canada for a show at Austin, Man. That well take most of the summer, then back to Ga, for some fall shows. You well see me with my 1925 model " E " 15-25 Allis Chalmers ( One of the green ones ) You all have a good summer and have some good fun and happy camping at a tractor show. :Roger Weinhold AKA Charlie 1925
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Sorry, the model is a " L " Not a " E " on the Above Post. Should have been ( 1925 Allis Chalmers Model " L " 15-25 )
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