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Deutz Allis 9150

In December 1988 the Deutz-Allis Corporation revealed its new 9100 series tractors at their national trade fair in Orlando, Florida.  The new, longer bodied tractors were all equipped with a brawny 150 hp, 170 hp and 190hp motor.  Deutz-Allis sales literature proclaimed, "grab  the reins of one of these new powerhorses and experience the real meaning of performance, reliability, comfort and ease of control".  The 9100 Powerhorse series were powered by the legendary Deutz air-cooled diesel engine.  Deutz's proven air cooled technology eliminated troublesome liquid cooling parts which often account for 40% of liquid-cooled engine down time with overheated radiators, leaking water pumps, cracked hoses, coolant seeping and condensation corrosion. At the request of Deutz-Allis, Ertl released a limited, Special Edition toy styled after he 9150. Ertl only produced 6,000 models of the 9150. Each Deutz-Allis dealer received a 9150 and could order as many as 6 extra to sell at their dealerships. This model tractor has front-wheel assist, mylar decals, front weights, air breather, and real rubber tires. The 9150 also has a collector's edition engraving on the frame of the tractor that reads " 1988 Orlando, 9100 Series, Special Edition". In March 1989 Ertl released 4 more versions of the 9150. Ertl released a 1/16 9150 with fwa or 2wd. Both versions were also available as collectors edition models that included a special air cleaner not found on shelf editions, chrome mylar decals and collectors insert dated 1989. In 1991 Ertl revised the 9150 models to the color orange. In 1990 a newly formed company named Allis-Gleaner Corporation purchased the Deutz-Allis line. In 1991 Allis-Gleaner changed its tractor line color from the Deutz-Fhar Spring Green to Allis Orange.  On average green and orange 9150 models sell for $34 at toy shows today.

1989 Deutz-Allis 9100 Farm magazine Ad

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