i have a antique case tractor that i've owned for about 20 years - the tag on the tool box would indicate that it's a 1932 CC - however, it has had factory wide front on it since i bought it - it needs restored again and i wondered if anyone could tell me if there is any other way to tell if the tool box has been changed, or if i need to find a narrow front to put on it to restore it to original (i.e. other serial numbers) - also, what's the difference between a cc-3 and cc-4 - thanks for the help
Re: '32 case cc or c in reply to dan, 08-02-2002 22:17:27
The CC-3 is a narrow front with either 1 or 2 front wheels and the goose neck steering system. The CC-4 is a wide front as shown in the picture from ChancesR and the biggest difference between the CC-4 and the C is that the CC-4 had individual brakes on each wheel rather the the single hand brak on the C. (there are some other differences)
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