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case VAC-14


03-26-2007 18:37:24

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alrighty, i finally found out that the tractor i'm looking to buy is a 1956 VAC 14 w/ adjustable wide front, eagle hitch, live hydraulic pump, all there, and CRACKED BLOCK. s/n is 6003203 i'm pretty sure the year is right.
just asking what it is worth and what they are worth restored? thanks for any info you guys have!!!

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03-27-2007 19:19:13

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 Re: case VAC-14 in reply to zimmy_10, 03-26-2007 18:37:24  
Zimmy_10, The tractor is worth whatever you feel it's worth.Everything depends upon the premise that you WANT this particular tractor.There are lots of extenuating circumstances around the word "worth".How are the tires? The sheet metal? Live 3 pt.lift? How long has it sat? Indoors or out? Antifreeze in oil? Water in oil? A tractor that was being used yesterday,and has a cracked block today is worth more than one that has a cracked block and has been sitting for years....lots of different circumstances add or subtract from "value"...Good Luck,either way!

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Gene Dotson

03-27-2007 01:15:53

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 Re: case VAC-14 in reply to zimmy_10, 03-26-2007 18:37:24  
This tractor is a 1953 year model. I 1953 Case started using 6XXXXXX numbers for Rock Island built tractors and 8XXXXXX numbers for Racine built tractors, so the formula of "4" from the first 2 numbers no longer applies... Gene

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03-27-2007 05:07:45

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 Re: case VAC-14 in reply to Gene Dotson, 03-27-2007 01:15:53  
ok thanks very much. i was going off of the numbers on this site. Do you know what its worth? Are they very rare??

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03-27-2007 21:03:25

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 Re: case VAC-14 in reply to zimmy_10, 03-27-2007 05:07:45  
They are not all that rare. What it is worth depends on how much you like it and how much you are willing to pay for it. I have paid more for tractors I really wanted. If you want someone to put their value on it, I am going to say, with a cracked block, it is worth around 5 o 600 dollars.

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03-27-2007 21:08:56

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 Re: case VAC-14 in reply to JRT, 03-27-2007 21:03:25  
thanks for the reply and the info

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Gene Dotson

03-27-2007 06:34:54

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 Re: case VAC-14 in reply to zimmy_10, 03-27-2007 05:07:45  
The VAC-14 is not a rare tractor. There were 7505 of them made. They were a popular tractor as the operator position was lowered and made easier to get on and off. They were popular for small acreages and estate type operations... Gene

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Glenn F.

03-26-2007 20:47:56

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 Re: case VAC-14 in reply to zimmy_10, 03-26-2007 18:37:24  
1954 was the last year for the VAC14.


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Martin in De

03-27-2007 07:00:06

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 Re: case VAC-14 in reply to Glenn F., 03-26-2007 20:47:56  
The VAC-14,VAH,and VAI were all still being built in 1955. I have 1955 VAC-14 tri-cycle front ser#6039238 with build card.1955 VAH ser#6039921 with build card and a 1955 VAI. The information in the case buyers guide is incorrect and hopefully someone will come out with a revision of this information. If these tractors weren't built in 1955 what was being built in the Rock Island plant?

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kestrel CT

03-27-2007 17:18:30

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 Re: case VAC-14 in reply to Martin in De, 03-27-2007 07:00:06  
This discussion is confusing me. I have what I always believed is a 1956 VAI, S/N 6014291.

My understanding is that a few VAIs were made in 1956 before shuting down the line.

You guys agree ? Thanks..

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martin in DE

03-28-2007 06:28:46

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 Re: case VAC-14 in reply to kestrel CT, 03-27-2007 17:18:30  
In Full Steam Ahead 1954 VA series starting serial number was ser#6011500 and finished with ser#6014270. 1955 starting serial number was ser#6038001 finishing ser#6040248. With your serial number being between these numbers I would believe your VAI to be a late 1954. In Full Steam Ahead it also says that a low number of VAI's were made in 1956.

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03-27-2007 18:37:13

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 Re: case VAC-14 in reply to kestrel CT, 03-27-2007 17:18:30  
do you have an idea to what a vac-14 w/ cracked block is worth??? thanks

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martin in DE

03-28-2007 06:34:06

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 Re: case VAC-14 in reply to zimmy_10, 03-27-2007 18:37:13  
In our area a VAC-14 with cracked block is worth between $500 to $600. Unless it had some sentimental value you may be better off to buy a running tractor. you should be able to buy a VAC-14 between $1500 to $1800 in good shape

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03-28-2007 16:06:01

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 Re: case VAC-14 in reply to martin in DE, 03-28-2007 06:34:06  
thank you

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