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post #1 of 22 Old 01-05-2019, 08:40 AM Thread Starter
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All Original Allis Chalmers Sno Pro

I love seeing these all-original machines preserved! (i doubt that the seller will ever get $250 despite the fact that it's worth every penny in quality).

Allis Chalmers Vintage Snowblower $250

"Allis Chalmers Sno Pro 8HP/28" snow blower in excellent condition. This classic machine is original and in perfect running condition. It has been professionally serviced and waxed, so it is ready to work or put into your collection. No spray paint or Armor All used to make it pretty. Can deliver for gas money. Showing nights and weekends too, in the comfort of my climate controlled garage. $250"

















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Nice looking machine, thanks for sharing!

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Thatís a great looking machine. Those classics were built tough. The chain driven augers were a good design for the times. I had an old Yardman that had that setup and I loved it. Chewed through anything you pointed it at.
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This looks quite a bit like an old Simplicity I had, which was apparently a Sno-Away. Mine looked like this one:
https://www.snowblowerforum.com/foru...o-away-s5.html

Mine had kind of an engine shroud, and I think it was a 5hp Briggs (this looks like a Tec). But otherwise they look very similar. Anyone know if these were the same underlying machines, maybe with different engines?

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Allis Chalmers bought Simplicity because they wanted a line of small outdoor power equipment to put their name on.They sold pretty much the exact same stuff under each name,however,when studying parts diagrams for like models,I have noticed minor differences at times.For instance,my Allis Sno-Pro 828 has an engine with a 3/4" crank,I've yet to come across a Simplicy 870 with anything less than a 1 inch.
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That's the baby Simplicity version (524). Another well preserved machine!





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That is a nice Allis Snow Thrower!!!
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Pretty cool!


Whats new classiccat? How's the tecumseh 4hp doing?
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That chute rotating mechanism is unique, haven't seen that before. Not to mention the exhaust pointing back at the operator. Thanks for sharing.

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