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Re: Same Game, Different Name!

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11-04-2012 08:10:15

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Here are some of my favorites.

1959 Case 311b.Dad bought this tractor in the early 60's when I was 2 or 3 years old.

I am 9 or 10 in this pic

I am 17 or so in this pic.Me, dad and brother are loading tobacco for the market.

I am about 11 in this pic filling the water barrels for transplanting tobacco.

11 again riding the transplanter with brother and dad's driving

1970's and dad's using the shop built boom spray on Dark tobacco.

Early 80's and mom's driving for me while loading tobacco

1954 VAC 14.

Same tractor with # 10 Case eagle hitch loader

1190 Case with 3rd generation shop built boom spray for tobacco

1997 and 52 DC with youngest discing tobacco plant beds up.I have a string tied to the coil wire in case he gets into trouble.

1953 DC-4 with footclutch and eagle hitch

1953 DC-4 with tricycle front attached.I swapped out the DC-4 axle for cultivating tobacco

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11-05-2012 01:20:05

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 Re: Same Game, Different Name! in reply to NickatKY, 11-04-2012 08:10:15  
Nick, I never get tired of your pics what a great set of family history pics working with Case,,,,, pricless thanks for posting cnt tom

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