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Adirondack case guy

10-27-2012 17:57:01

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I don't have a real BK, but spent many hrs. Demoing our 870 BK. Black Knight 870posted that when Rich sent him the build card, that his tractor was shipped to our dealership. I don't know for sure. In the pic. is the two original 1/16 scale GD and BK that we received with our order of 870s in both renderings. The Pic of the 1070 GD was sent to us by Case Co. when they launched the Demo Program, and the brass plate with my Dad's name on it is original to our 870 GD. Also picured are the recent 1170 renderings of the GD and BK, a Light Blue Spirit, and a 1270 Wheatland. Hopefully tomarrow I can Post a pair of Two of a kind, real tractors.
PS the second pic was an after thought. My 1/64th scale 1470 BK, scrach built 2470, a recent 1370, and an original 1070.

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Joe Young

10-27-2012 18:57:20

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 Re: My CASE Poker hand in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-27-2012 17:57:01  
Very nice collection!! What is the two-tone on the left, in the front row of the top pic. It looks like it has extra wide tires all around??

Is that a 770 narrow front with a ROPS up on the shelf in the top pic? - Joe
This post was edited by Joe Young at 19:04:52 10/27/12.

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10-27-2012 18:50:07

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 Re: My CASE Poker hand in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-27-2012 17:57:01  
Nice collection, I have never seen a Golden Demo. toy. Good pics. Rod.

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Tommy Railsback

10-28-2012 06:50:37

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 Re: My CASE Poker hand in reply to 1370rod, 10-27-2012 18:50:07  
If I ever get a decent digital camera, I'll get a picture of mine. I found it in Aug. 1996 at the show near LeSeur, MN.

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jon f mn

10-27-2012 18:12:33

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 Re: My CASE Poker hand in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-27-2012 17:57:01  
What is the difference between the black knight and golden demonstrator?

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Adirindack case guy

10-27-2012 18:54:18

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 Re: My CASE Poker hand in reply to jon f mn, 10-27-2012 18:12:33  

The GD was the first, produced in 1970 They had Deaert Sunset cab, fenders, and grill with the gold strip over the hood, and the DEMONSTRATOR decal along the top of the cab. It has been said that the original GDs were supose to have also had black cabs like the BKs, but a comunication problem occured between the cab MFG., and Case.????? In 1971, the Black Knights came out painted totally in Satin Black with Power Red bellies, Gold striping, on cab also. Engine cubes on the side strips, rather than model/Agri King on those panals, and a Stainless Steel Muffler, and black grill screens. I also think the shifter knobs changed shape then from round to more egg shaped. Not totally sure on the timing of that change.

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jon f mn

10-27-2012 19:25:36

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 Re: My CASE Poker hand in reply to Adirindack case guy, 10-27-2012 18:54:18  
I was wondering which one came first, or if they were different versions from the same year. The one demo'd on our farm was a 1070 BK. It went to a farmer about 10 miles west of us who kept it til about 10 years ago, they sold/traded it to a jockey/salvage yard near Cambridge Mn. It sat there for a while because of trany problems then was sold to a guy north of me to run his blower. He has fixed the trany and still uses it.

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