Allis-Chalmers Series

Each of these Allis-Chalmers Framed Collectibles feature a protective glass front, handsome oak frame, and autobiography of the artist on back dust cover. Each piece is personally signed by the artist and framed with a history of the tractor, or poem of your choice. Choose the history or poem from the drop down menu when ordering.

The pictures used in this web site must all be Lo-Res files so as to work on the internet. Although the images are not the high quality we are used to... the quality of our framed art is first class. We guarantee your 100% satisfaction.

All art images, histories and poems on this web site are Copyright by Edward C. Schaefer, 1983, 2014, with all rights reserved. Any reproduction of the images or copy from this web site is strictly prohibited by copyright law.

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Allis-Chalmers Legends (14"x17")

This beautiful framed art piece features the detailed art of some of the most famous Allis-Chalmers tractors in farming history.  (Click on picture for larger view). Price of $79. Includes Framing.

All Rights Reserved, Copyright by Edward C. Schaefer, 2013. 

$79.00


Welcome Plaque Allis-Chalmers D21 (14"x17")

This attractive Welcome Plaque would make a great addition to the home or office of any Allis-Chalmers enthusiast. This piece is finished in a handsome solid oak frame with protective glass front. Full size is 14" high by 17" wide. The copy at the bottom can be changed from "To Our Farm" to "To Our Home" or to your farm or family name. This will make a great personal gift for family or friends. (Click on picture to view larger image). Price of $79. Includes Copy Change and Framing.

All Rights Reserved, Copyright by Edward C. Schaefer, 2012.

$79.00


Allis-Chalmers Model 190XT 1964-1973 (14"x17")

The all new Allis-Chalmers Model 190XT was powered by a 301 ci six-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine with a 93.64 PTO hp rating. The new design styling of the One-Ninety included many of the new "Big Tractor" features of the D21. (Click on Picture for more information). Price of $69. Includes Framing.

All Rights Reserved, Copyright by Edward C. Schaefer, 2012.

$69.00


Allis-Chalmers Model D21 1963-1969 (14"x17")

The powerful Allis-Chalmers Model D21 was introduced with an all new "Big Tractor" styling of its own. The D21 featured a new direct-injection six-cylinder 426 ci diesel engine and with the addition of a turbocharger became a real muscle tractor. (Click on Picture for more information). Price of $69. Includes Framing.

All Rights Reserved, Copyright by Edward C. Schaefer, 2012, 2014.

$69.00


Allis-Chalmers Model D17 1957-1967 (14"x17")

The Allis-Chalmers Model D17 offered more power and new styling, but, the big feature was the Power-Director hand clutch which provided eight forward speeds plus high-low on-the-go shifting to get through the tough spots. (Click on Picture for more information). Price of $69. Includes Framing.

All Rights Reserved, Copyright by Edward C. Schaefer, 1995, 2014.

$69.00


Allis-Chalmers Model WD45 1953-1957 (14"x17")

The Allis-Chalmers Model WD45 offered more power to an already very reliable Model WD. With 25 percent more power the WD45 continued to be the most popular tractor in the Allis-Chalmers line until it was replaced in 1957. (Click on Picture for more information). Price of $69. Includes Framing.

All Rights Reserved, Copyright by Edward C. Schaefer, 2012, 2014.

$69.00


Allis-Chalmers Model WD 1948-1953 (14"x17")

The Model WD came out in 1948 with many new innovations. It soon became one of the most popular tractors in the Allis-Chalmers line. (Click on Picture for more information). Price of $69. Includes Framing.

All Rights Reserved, Copyright by Edward C. Schaefer, 1992, 2014.

$69.00


Allis-Chalmers Model C- CA 1940-1958 (14"x17")

Allis-Chalmers introduced the Model C in 1940. It was a two-plow, two-row tractor with a four-cylinder, 125 cid engine, rated at 1,500 rpm. The C featured a three-speed transmission with a rear mounted belt pulley, driven by the power take-off. It was available in row crop dual-front, adjustable front axle, and single-front wheel versions. The Model C proved to be very popular with over 84,000 units built during its 10 year production run. (Click on Picture to order, or for more information). Price of $69. Includes Framing.

All Rights Reserved, Copyright By Edward C. Schaefer, 2012, 2014.

$69.00


Allis-Chalmers Model B 1937-1957 (14"x17")

Allis-Chalmers offered a complete line of mounted implements, planters, mowers and even a power-matched Model 40 All Crop Harvester for the Model B. It was this versatility that enabled Allis-Chalmers to produce over 104,000 Model Bs and keep it in the line for over 20 years. (Click on Picture for more information). Price of $69. Includes Framing.

All Rights Reserved, Copyright by Edward C. Schaefer, 2000, 2014.

$69.00


Allis-Chalmers Model WC 1934-1938 (14"x17")

The Allis-Chalmers Model WC first entered the market in 1934. A full line of equipment designed to make farming easier was available for the WC. This tractor offered speed, power, and versatility never before found in a tractor of this size. (Click on Picture for more information). Price of $69.  Includes Framing.

All Rights Reserved, Copyright by Edward C. Schaefer, 1995, 2014.

$69.00


Allis-Chalmers Model WC 1934 on steel (14"x17")

The Allis-Chalmers Model WC was introduced in 1934. This all-purpose tractor was powerful enough to pull two 14-inch plow bottoms and light enough to go anywhere that horses could be worked. Powered by a four cylinder engine, the WC featured a four speed transmission which offered speeds from 2 1/2 to 10 miles per hour. Allis-Chalmers offered a full line of equipment designed to make farm work easier with the WC. This tractor offered speed, power, and versatility never before found in a tractor of this size. (Click on picture for more information). Price of $69. Includes Frame.

All Rights Reserved, Copyright by Edward C. Schaefer, 1995, 2014. 

$69.00


Gathering of the Orange 2010 Special (14"x17")

This is a special piece designed as a commemorative collectable for the 2010 Gathering of the Orange held in Albert City, Iowa. It is finished in a solid oak 14"x17" frame with protective glass front and back dust cover. Each piece is personally signed on the front by the artist. There is a very limited number of these available. Price of $100. Includes Framing. (Click on picture to see larger image.)

All Rights Reserved, Copyright by Edward C. Schaefer, 2010. 

$100.00

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