Jim, 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. Loren
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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