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Case Nutty 1660

05-06-2013 06:13:44

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Joe these are all I have, I have never seen 500/600B toys, this 350B was a 150th toy I thogh spc cast did it also but not sure as the box is put up

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Joe Young

05-06-2013 08:47:56

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 Re: Spec-Cast X00B Series in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 05-06-2013 06:13:44  
Thanks Tom.... The narrow front 200B is indeed out there. The variant that I've not seen is a 300B wide front. It's interesting that they made a narrow and wide front for both the 200B & 400B, but only a narrow front 300B.

Your 350 round nose is excellent. I tried to buy one like it from a guy in Australia a few years back, but could pry my wallet open that far....

I wish someone would make 1/16 diecast versions of the various different 430-530-630 & 470-570 tractors.....

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Case Nutty 1660

05-06-2013 11:30:41

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 Re: Spec-Cast X00B Series in reply to Joe Young, 05-06-2013 08:47:56  
I have seen custom ones,,, it would not be a huge step to midify this "100" series model and make"30/70" series units so I can't see them using the startup cost for them to say no build

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