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Re: Case 350 in Ad's

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01-30-2013 07:52:32

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Loren, you as well as a few others on here could answer this, John, Tom, Melvin, et al.
I have seen the square nose design on tractors called a 350 in the past on eBay and other sites. Were there some 350s made with the 500b/600b sheet metal or were these tractors misnamed in the ads? If so how many and the 350 was made in row crop/general purpose only right?

As well my 630 Section A service manual says to use the 500b/600b/350 services manual until all sections of the 630 series manuals had been produced so that lead me to believe there were a few square nose 350s around.


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01-30-2013 13:39:47

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 Re: Case 350 in Ad's in reply to Jgarner, 01-30-2013 07:52:32  
There was a lot going on between 1957 and 1958. You can take a 511B like mine and exchange the front cast nose peice and hood sheet metal and you would have a 350. I'm sure that Case had leftovers and used them some where, BUT????
I know this doesn't answer your question, but there are lots of oddities in Case tractors, with the options they offered their dealers, and the time frame they were assembled in.

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01-31-2013 08:56:20

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 Re: Case 350 in Ad's in reply to Adirondack case guy, 01-30-2013 13:39:47  
Thanks Loren, when this post came up it aroused my curiosity. I ran across what was advertised as a 350 on eBay a while back but it looked for all the world like a 511B. May have been a real late 350 and they outfitted with new sheet metal or an owner cobble together. Sorry I didn"t pursue that with some research now cuz it went pretty cheap but was far from me.


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