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case 1175 puller

03-22-2013 19:37:54




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My Dad and I read the case forum every night and like to read and see what you guys have to share so we thought we would share a picture this is my 2594 and my dads 1570




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case 1175 puller

03-23-2013 15:38:48




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 Re: family tradition in reply to case 1175 puller, 03-22-2013 19:37:54  
thanks guys for all the comments! I am 19 years old and i wont mention dads age but we live in west central Iowa. Denison to be exact but we have an extensive case collection going between myself my dad and my grandfather. We are over 20 case tractors strong and proud of it. We have tried to get pictures into the calendar before and havent made it yet but we will keep trying. We are going to try to get a picture of the herd this summer. and to Harvey 2 that is this last years crop before it got so terrible dry!

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brokengun

03-23-2013 15:32:52




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 Re: family tradition in reply to case 1175 puller, 03-22-2013 19:37:54  
You and your dad certainly take care of your tractors!

Thank you for sharing!



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Agri King

03-23-2013 07:51:13




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 Re: family tradition in reply to case 1175 puller, 03-22-2013 19:37:54  
Awesome! My two favorite series Cases. Powerwhite 70's and 94's. Great pic.



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denverslim

03-23-2013 06:50:33




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 Re: family tradition in reply to case 1175 puller, 03-22-2013 19:37:54  
Beautiful picture!
Man, that"s what living and working outside is all about!

Now I gotta get my rubber boots on and go outside and shovel "bout 8 inches off the sidewalk so"s the urban runners/speedwalkers/dog walkers can get thru...slim



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Ande

03-23-2013 06:36:30




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 Re: family tradition in reply to case 1175 puller, 03-22-2013 19:37:54  
Sure a nice looking team of horses,and the setting is really good,I sure like seeing these big horses this nice.Thanks for sharing with all of us



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Harvey 2

03-23-2013 04:52:57




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 Re: family tradition in reply to case 1175 puller, 03-22-2013 19:37:54  
Great pictures.
When and where were they taken? That is the best looking corn I have seen in a couple years as last year in most places it didn't look good



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casepower970

03-23-2013 01:29:59




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 Re: family tradition in reply to case 1175 puller, 03-22-2013 19:37:54  
Looks like you guys take excellent care if your Casers! Nothin makes me happier than seeing well taken care of older equipment. Hard to find a nice 94 series. Got any other Case stuff?



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McKerrow630

03-23-2013 01:04:25




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 Re: family tradition in reply to case 1175 puller, 03-22-2013 19:37:54  
Now thats some serious look"en horsepower there! Welcome to the "casenut" group. If yeah care ta share some stats? location? got anymore?(case stuff) and thank-you for share"en. It has already been said You may want to send a photo to are ONE and ONLY REAL CASE calander family maker Mark and Linda. I personally have never drove any case other then "orange" and orange/yeller ones. I"am a 50"s to 60"s case ole fart. But have seen enough "bigdog ones" (like yours) that I just might like to test drive one them old girls. Again look forward to more pic"s from you and your dad and the rest of your case family. In closing please keep Loren in your prayers his stories,pic"s and knowleage is one reason I"am here. Hurry back Loren, yeah-ole-fart! God Bless

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J HIKEMPER

03-23-2013 07:15:42




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 Re: family tradition in reply to McKerrow630, 03-23-2013 01:04:25  
CALANDER pix for sure....



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Don Rudolph

03-22-2013 23:10:07




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 Re: family tradition in reply to case 1175 puller, 03-22-2013 19:37:54  
All I can think of is CASE POWER! What an impressive display of Case at it"s zenith. Thanks for posting. Don



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Lamont

03-22-2013 21:38:02




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 Re: family tradition in reply to case 1175 puller, 03-22-2013 19:37:54  
I can just hear those two big 504s bellowing through the field as they prepare the ground for spring planting. There's not a sweeter sounding engine than the CASE 6 cylinder diesel.



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axe55

03-22-2013 21:28:17




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 Re: family tradition in reply to case 1175 puller, 03-22-2013 19:37:54  
great picture, should be on a calendar. very nice tractors. good that you and your dad share the same interest in tractors



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4x4stude

03-22-2013 21:01:32




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 Re: family tradition in reply to case 1175 puller, 03-22-2013 19:37:54  
I hope you were able to get a picture of you and your dad together. My dad is gone now and I sure wish I had more pictures of us together, and with our old iron.

If you did get a picture with your dad, we would love to see that one as well! Thanks for sharing!



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Kow Farmer

03-22-2013 20:52:10




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 Re: family tradition in reply to case 1175 puller, 03-22-2013 19:37:54  
They say a picture is worth a thosand words! Wow! Those are 2 awesome looking tractors together. What a great picture you have there. I hope you frame this one. Thanks for sharing this with us. You and your dad should be very proud of those 2 great tractors.
Kow Farmer (Kurt)



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Shane Lovelace

03-22-2013 20:33:40




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 Re: family tradition in reply to case 1175 puller, 03-22-2013 19:37:54  
Good looking tractors! Don't see many in that good of shape now days. Keep the pictures coming!

Shane L.



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Harold or Caseman44

03-22-2013 20:02:06




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 Re: family tradition in reply to case 1175 puller, 03-22-2013 19:37:54  
Hi there, good to see two big powerfull Case Tractors in a nice farm setting. Harold



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