What does WC mean Allis-Chalmers?

The WC was the Model W variant tailored to cultivating, thus the W + C (for “cultivating”) name.

How many horsepower is an Allis-Chalmers WC?

Allis Chalmers WC

Allis Chalmers WC Power
Drawbar (claimed): 12 hp 8.9 kW
Belt (claimed): 21 hp 15.7 kW
Plows: 2
Drawbar (tested): 18.72 hp 14.0 kW

What is the difference between Allis-Chalmers WD and WC?

Allis-Chalmers introduced its WD tractor in mid-1948 as the replacement for the WC model. Although the WD retained the 4-cylinder, 201-cubic-inch Allis-Chalmers gasoline engine, design improvements and a 100 rpm increase in the rated engine speed to 1,400 rpm resulted in 34.6 belt horsepower instead of 29.9 for the WC.

How can I tell what model Allis-Chalmers I have?

Look for the serial number on an Allis Chalmers tractor on a black label above the company name. This number may have letters, which indicate the model of tractor. Check the front nose for the number if it’s not on the side.

What was the last Allis-Chalmers tractor made?

1985 Allis Chalmers 6070
1985 Allis Chalmers 6070 (LAST TRACTOR MADE) | Hager Auction Service.

Did Allis-Chalmers make a WD 40?

First off, there is no such thing as an Allis Chalmers WD-40. AC made a WD from 1948 till 1953, then a WD45 from 1953 till 1957.

What year was the Allis-Chalmers C made?

The Allis-Chalmers Model C was a small row-crop tractor manufactured by Allis-Chalmers from 1940 to 1949. It was developed from the smaller Allis-Chalmers Model B.

Where is the serial number on Allis-Chalmers?

Allis-Chalmers G Serial Numbers The serial number is located on top of the transmission case, to the rear of the shift lever.

When did they stop making Allis Chalmers tractors?

Over time, Allis-Chalmers sold out its interest in all these partnerships and finally dissolved in 1999. Yet even today, engines built by Allis-Chalmers continue to power factories and power plants all over the world and collectors prize vintage Allis-Chalmers’ orange tractors.

What kind of tractor was the Allis Chalmers WC?

The Allis-Chalmers WC was the first tractor tested on rubber tires at Nebraska. The WC was styled in 1938, starting at serial number WC74330. The styled WC featured a rounded radiator and larger tires. power test details Engine details Open operator station with steel pan seat. Transmission details Allis Chalmers WC photos…

Where is the serial number on the Allis Chalmers WC?

Serial number is on the rear of the Allis-Chalmers WC, stamped into the differential housing. how to read serial numbers… ©2000-2021 – TractorData.com®.

When did Allis-Chalmers start mass production of tractors?

Mass production began with the WC’s own in-house 4″x4″ engine design. As in the rest of the farm tractor industry, the mid through late 1930s was the time when Allis-Chalmers’s tractors went from “unstyled” to “styled”.

How did Allis tractors get their style?

The major manufacturers hired industrial designers (in Allis’s case, Brooks Stevens) to style their tractors with streamlined sheet metal (and in some cases revised operator controls with better usability ). In 1938, the WC was styled and was given a larger radiator and tires. In 1939, electric starter and lights went from optional to standard.