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Chamberlain guidance 10 Sep 2020 14:56 #214567

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OK,sounds like in the vicinty of $1000 would be good ..........the motor would be problematic ,4/270s are very hard to find in good running condition.......however ,in the way things are now ,I think it s more likely to end up with a GM ........As I said before ,it looks the very original and good sheetmetal .......Central NSW is out of the question for me ,living in Queensland.

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Chamberlain guidance 11 Sep 2020 12:47 #214583

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Thank you I trust your judgement If We list it as a 9G champion
and yes draw bar is very good condition , indicating very little work . It has been on this property for over 20 years and came from his cousins property from new and seen very little work there . tow a trailer around to feed stock it didn't really work as such
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Chamberlain guidance 11 Sep 2020 21:23 #214603

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Yours made a great wedding vehicle too oliver1950.
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Chamberlain guidance 11 Sep 2020 21:42 #214606

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I think it is a 6G because it has the L4 Perkins
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Chamberlain guidance 11 Sep 2020 23:05 #214612

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I just found my Chamberlain Numbers Chart and it would appear to be a 6G built in 1957 with an L4 Perkins.
The last 6G in 1957 was Number 1383 and the last 6G built was 1703 in 1958.
Number 1704 was the first 9G and the first 4-270D was Number 1964, built in 1958.
9G's went through to 1966 to Number 8165.
This is from the Tractor Assembly Record which Chamberlain Issued many years ago.
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Chamberlain guidance 12 Sep 2020 07:29 #214614

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Easy to tell,it will have three gear positions on the rear transmission stick for a 9G...as opposed to two for a 6G.

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Chamberlain guidance 12 Sep 2020 07:56 #214616

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Easiest way to tell whether it's a 6G or 9G is by the auxilary box. Two speed + 6G three speed + 9G. Simples.

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Chamberlain guidance 12 Sep 2020 07:57 #214617

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6G= 2 speed auxiliary box. 9G= 3 speed auxiliary box. Simples!!

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Chamberlain guidance 12 Sep 2020 09:26 #214624

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Spot on Wee-allis
6G = 6 gears
9G = 9 Gears
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