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Dad's SC

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Jerry W

11-22-2012 08:06:28

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This is a few recent pictures of the SC that my dad bought new in the early spring of 1942 from Schultz (spelling) Implement in Menomonie, WI. He passed away in September of 2010 so he owned this tractor for over 68 years. He owned 120 acres at that time and rented a few more and also did a lot of custom chopping/silo filling. This was his only tractor until he bought a WD Allis Chalmers in 1952. He bought the Allis instead of a Case because of the live power. My oldest brother Dave now owns the SC and recently he and our brother Tom went thru the engine. These pictures were taken this week after they had completed the overhaul.

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Case Nutty 1660

11-23-2012 03:47:59

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 Re: Dad's SC in reply to Jerry W, 11-22-2012 08:06:28  
GREAT Story!!! that is a family treasure for sure I bet the stories come out while the work happens thanks for sharing cnt

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11-22-2012 16:27:44

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 Re: Dad's SC in reply to Jerry W, 11-22-2012 08:06:28  
When I was 14 I work about one whole summer for a neighbor. He had a SC. Ask him why such heavy front wheels? All he said was, thats where you want the weight.

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Glenn F.

11-22-2012 10:40:31

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 Re: Dad's SC in reply to Jerry W, 11-22-2012 08:06:28  
Jerry, Did you post a picture a few years back, minutes after first start-up, puffing a little blue smoke, chain still attached to the front end, with you standing beside it? I had tjat picture as my screen saver for quite a while. I'm sure I still have it somewhere.

Glenn F.

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Jerry W

11-22-2012 14:31:24

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 Re: Dad's SC in reply to Glenn F., 11-22-2012 10:40:31  
Yes that was the same tractor. Dad was still alive and we really wanted a picture of him standing by the tractor but he died before we had a chance to take it.


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11-22-2012 10:13:49

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 Re: Dad's SC in reply to Jerry W, 11-22-2012 08:06:28  
Jerry, it was most likely Ray Schutz ( not the right spelling) who owned the Case dealership before Tom LaPean took over the Case dealership. Dad could have bought a DC from Ray when he was shutting down for a heck of a lot less than a big box lawnmower sells for now.

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Jerry W

11-22-2012 14:35:02

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 Re: Dad's SC in reply to JohnDY, 11-22-2012 10:13:49  
If you are familiar with Menomonie, the dealership was on the hill where the main Firehouse is now.

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11-22-2012 18:27:49

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 Re: Dad's SC in reply to Jerry W, 11-22-2012 14:35:02  
Waws born in Menomonie, graduated from good old MHS. Left many years ago but have many family members there.

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Jerry W

11-22-2012 14:32:49

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 Re: Dad's SC in reply to JohnDY, 11-22-2012 10:13:49  
John Now that I think of it, it probably was Schutz instead of Schultz.

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Jerry W

11-22-2012 08:12:43

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 Re: Dad's SC in reply to Jerry W, 11-22-2012 08:06:28  
I might add that it was pulled less than 10' and purred like a kitten. Another thing about the tractor is my Dad for some reason just hated those cast iron front wheels and you can see that it has stamped wheels. In the early 60's he inherited a 1949 DC from my great uncle and he also removed them from it also.

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Don Rudolph

11-22-2012 08:25:11

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 Re: Dad's SC in reply to Jerry W, 11-22-2012 08:12:43  

He must have taken a front tire that was flat to the tire center. Everytime I bring one of those cast wheels in to get fixed or changed the employees run like rats. I can"t blame them. Don

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Pastor John

11-22-2012 09:37:33

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 Re: Dad's SC in reply to Don Rudolph, 11-22-2012 08:25:11  
Don I took one of those last year into the tire center. I had only my work car so I rolled it into the floorboard in back seat via a 2x6. The guys at the tire center laughed so much they repaired it for free.

Bet my little brother will jump on that one.

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chuck machinist

11-22-2012 17:10:26

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 Re: Dad's SC in reply to Pastor John, 11-22-2012 09:37:33  
Did they help load it back in the car?!

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Pastor John

11-22-2012 19:56:05

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