Topic: Re: Case plans before merger
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If I'm not mistaken,they had a colored Case Eagle in the steering wheel,that kinda says who was in charge.
Although around our way,there wasnt many Case people on the territory,as IHC had several.IHC had a full line,and Case had been stripped down to what they called the "Tractor Specialist's".
Jim Kettleson who was in charge of Tenneco,had a special love for Case,as he worked there in his early days,and I was told by Jim and saw it in pictures,he had a Case Eagle in his Houston office
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