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Re: Case 1090 Black Demo?

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Adirondack case guy

01-26-2013 10:17:47

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WOW, I never realized the 1090 was built in 1970, to say nothing of a Golden Demonstrator. The Rice decal more than anything regionalized it for more appeal in the rice growing regions. Aside from rice tires it also had external disc caliper brakes, as did the "Delta" build. The HD 1170 front axle, side reinforcement rails, slide out weight frame, HD double roller drawbar, and HD 3pt hitch if ordered, were all part of the package.. That one has a PS tranny also.
I would be thinking you should offer 4-5K for it, if it checks out mechanically.
If the rite person finds it that price could sky rocket, if it can be documented as a GD. I have to believe that less than a hand full were built for the Golden Opertunity Program, spanning 1970 and 71. From your pic. I'd say it's a very rare bird.

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Case Nutty 1660

01-26-2013 11:36:01

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 Re: Case 1090 Black Demo? in reply to Adirondack case guy, 01-26-2013 10:17:47  
Bro my info shows 315 1090's built in 1970 and 135 in 1971, the 1090 tractors also had a beefed up differential as well as other ones you mentioned,,, I agree to the rarity of a 1090 GD I doubt more than a handful were made great find cnt

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