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1936 case b model ?

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fordtractorpro

09-17-2012 11:31:58
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I picked up a running and driving case tractor today. I was told it is a 1936 model b. I have not been able to find any info on this. Is this really a b model ? any help would be appreciated.

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fordtractorpro

09-18-2012 20:23:31
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 Re: 1936 case b model ? in reply to fordtractorpro, 09-17-2012 11:31:58  
Hey anything is worth a gamble. One thing for sure they aren't going to start making them tomorrow.



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1031D

09-18-2012 18:43:43
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 Re: 1936 case b model ? in reply to fordtractorpro, 09-17-2012 11:31:58  
Don, I noticed that. Price seems a bit high with the amount of rot it has.



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Don L.

09-18-2012 09:27:58
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 Re: 1936 case b model ? in reply to fordtractorpro, 09-17-2012 11:31:58  

I was holding my breath there for a minute....
Don L.
B Owner



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Don L.

09-18-2012 09:50:06
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 Re: 1936 case b model ? in reply to Don L., 09-18-2012 09:27:58  

Case B rear view.
Don L.



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fordtractorpro

09-17-2012 20:22:41
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 Re: 1936 case b model ? in reply to fordtractorpro, 09-17-2012 11:31:58  
there is a 440 stamped on the left side of the engine block. I will look for more stampings on it. The bottom of the tool box is rusted out.
The owner thought the clutch was out of it. The brake pad on the drum just needs a little adjustment.



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casenut1

09-17-2012 19:26:03
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 Re: 1936 case b model ? in reply to fordtractorpro, 09-17-2012 11:31:58  
if i had the money i would of went and bought it. and i'm in Ohio.



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Don L.

09-18-2012 17:48:22
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 Re: 1936 case b model ? in reply to casenut1, 09-17-2012 19:26:03  
you still can......



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Barry Small

09-17-2012 17:03:19
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 Re: 1936 case b model ? in reply to fordtractorpro, 09-17-2012 11:31:58  
It looks like CC4 to me also. Don't the B's and prototype C's all have a bull gear drive to the rear wheels not the traditional C/D rear axle housing?



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Nedd

09-17-2012 12:47:09
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 Re: 1936 case b model ? in reply to fordtractorpro, 09-17-2012 11:31:58  
I would say CC with C front end. Spindle drop is different on a CC4 front end. Very good save though. Would make a nice unit for any case collector.



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Brian in Ohio

09-17-2012 12:45:05
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 Re: 1936 case b model ? in reply to fordtractorpro, 09-17-2012 11:31:58  
I agree that it is a "C" series tractor, and not a "B". Is there a serial number tag on the toolbox? If not, there there should be a serial number stamped on the engine block. If it is late enough, Rick Tworek may have the build card for it, and it would say what model it really is.



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RGMartin

09-17-2012 11:49:08
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 Re: 1936 case b model ? in reply to fordtractorpro, 09-17-2012 11:31:58  
That one that was in Lisbon on Craigslist?

The consensus is that there is no consensus.... first glance I thought it was a C, someone else said CC with C front end, another said CC4 without the spacer in the front...
Glad a scrapper didn't get it. If it was a little closer to home I would have went and bought it.

Good buy for the money in any CASE...

No dash tag?



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Dave from Eastern Iowa

09-17-2012 16:34:38
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 Re: 1936 case b model ? in reply to RGMartin, 09-17-2012 11:49:08  
With these new pictures, you can clearly see the CC-4 axle spacer, but yes, those are not CC-4 spindles. To me, it looks like a CC-4 with C spindles.



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1031D

09-17-2012 11:33:08
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 Re: 1936 case b model ? in reply to fordtractorpro, 09-17-2012 11:31:58  
I'm going to say CC-4. Model B was made in the late 20's. Don L has one.



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