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Old 08-23-2018, 09:12 PM
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I brought this 1650 belonging to friend into the shop this week for some tinker work after sitting for a year. The tractor frame has been painted with Allis Chalmers orange and has a seat embossed with Ariens on it. The poor thing must not know what it is anymore. I offered to repaint it to correct IH yellow, but the owner didn't want to spend the time or money.

Sorry Beth, I tried!
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Old 08-23-2018, 09:19 PM
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Old 08-23-2018, 09:36 PM
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It needs some JD green flames on the top of the hood.
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So it's an Allis-Ariens 1650.

Maybe it wouldn't be so bad if it was at least IH red.
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Poor tractor.
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It looks like a bad Instagram filter.
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I brought this 1650 belonging to friend into the shop this week for some tinker work after sitting for a year. The tractor frame has been painted with Allis Chalmers orange and has a seat embossed with Ariens on it. The poor thing must not know what it is anymore. I offered to repaint it to correct IH yellow, but the owner didn't want to spend the time or money.

Sorry Beth, I tried!
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If it was manufactured in 1976, You could call it the Spirit of 76 Quietline!
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Looks decent Stan you did well. As I always say, 76 was a great year.
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