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    Allis Chalmers 190 XT (in cherry)

    This is probably one of my favorite projects ever. I built this for my father in law in 1989 for Christmas. He passed away about a year and half ago and it was recently given back to me for safe keeping. I've also built a couple of Farmall M's and I have a John Deere "B" and an Oliver 1650 started that one of these days I'll get around to finishing up.

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    Wow Roy, that's some impressive work. Very nicely done!
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    Very cool! Looks like a lot of work went into that.
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    Great looking piece Roy. Are the wheels and tires wood as well? If so, just curious how they were milled.
    Darren

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    Very nice roy.

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    Sweet!
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    Thanks guys. The wheels and tires along with the steering wheel and the decals are replacement parts for a die cast model. They came from a little company called Dakota Toys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Bauman View Post
    Thanks guys. The wheels and tires along with the steering wheel and the decals are replacement parts for a die cast model. They came from a little company called Dakota Toys.
    Now that is some good info, didn't know you could buy replacement parts, seem to be reasonably priced too...Thanks!

    http://www.dakotahtoyparts.com
    Darren

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    Boy that model is as treat for sure..

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