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Re: Post your 70 series Open Station Pics!

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T 970

11-16-2012 05:54:34

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Case 970 year 1978 this is my first case had it about a month now I have know of this tractor since it was new and have always wanted to buy it now its mine hope to have it looking new some day.

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j hikemper

11-16-2012 19:44:30

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 Re: Post your 70 series Open Station Pics! in reply to T 970, 11-16-2012 05:54:34  
Agri King,my 930 has a dozer blade exactly like that on the front ,, does anyone know the brand name ?, btw , the very 1st desrt sand 70 series i ever saw was a 1070 tricycle open station at the 1970 INDIANA State fair tractor pull ,, That 1070 outpulled everyone ,all the tractors were field equipped , ready to go back to the field ,None of the magic was being done to them in those days...STRAIGHT STOCK !. the deeres and the IHC were out pulled by molines , Oliver, and allis which were rite up there nipping the heels of the Case ,it was awesome show to see ,for a 13 yr old kid and his brothers and pals , and of course DAD was grinnin ear to ear...........

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Agri King

11-16-2012 18:39:46

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 Re: Post your 70 series Open Station Pics! in reply to T 970, 11-16-2012 05:54:34  
Looks like a strait tractor. I wish you could still get your seat back rest with "Case" on it, don't throw that away. I wonder if I could have that made?

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