Allis-Chalmers Model G

The Model G is a small implement carrier tractor that was made by the Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. At the time of its introduction the Model G was unique for its rear-mounted, Continental N62 engine. It was a four-cylinder engine with a 2⅜ × 3½ inch bore and stroke. The Model G was designed for small farms and vegetable gardeners, and a line of implements specifically designed for it, including ploughs, planters, and cultivators. The design of the Model G allowed for a great view of the belly-mounted implements.

The Model G had a 5 gallon fuel tank, weighed 1,285 pounds, and was rated at 10 drawbar horsepower (Tested at 10.33 belt and 9.04 drawbar). The engine had a displacement of 62 cubic inches and was rated at 1800 rpm. The transmission was a non-synchronized three-speed with reverse. An additional “creeper” forward gear was standard equipment as well.

Assembly: Gadsden (Alabama, USA)

Years of production: 1948—1955

Production: 29,976 units

Engine: Continental N62 (4 cylinders)

Power: 7 HP

Maximum speed: 13 km/h

Weight: 582 kg (1285 pounds)

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