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Case Tractors Discussion Forum
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Case Crossmotor

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Josh Utsinger

01-03-2004 23:21:16
216.89.50.213



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I came across something the other day I have never seen and probably will never see again. I am in the antique car parts business by trade, but in my travels, I came across a tractor inside of a steel tank. That is, to say, a steel tank had both the top and bottom cut off and had been placed over the tractor. Perfect fit, too...not more than six inches clearance from the wheels. After a little research, I found out that it is a Case Crossmotor. The farmer that owns it says it is a 1929. He also says his father put the tank around it about 40 years ago to keep people from taking parts off it. It is on steel, and believe it or not, the motor is free. From what I can tell, the tractor is complete...right down to the crank. Other than extreme old age, there doesn't seem to be anything wrong with it. I have some questions for anyone that might be able to answer them:
#1 Where is the serial#?
#2 What year(s) might it be? It has the "Abe" on the front.
#3 What does this kind of tractor sell for? (So I have an idea of what to pay for it...or better yet, what not to pay)
#4 Are these a collectable tractor?
#5 Would it be hard to resell this tractor?
Any help at all would really be appreciated.

Thanks,
josh

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dctom

01-04-2004 06:48:57
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 Re: Case Crossmotor in reply to Josh Utsinger, 01-03-2004 23:21:16  
JOSH, THE ONES WITH THE EAGLE ON THE RADIATOR ARE 1926 AND NEWER, SERIAL NUMBER SHOULD BE ON A PLATE ON THE FRONT CASTING BELOW THE RADIATOR ON THE RIGHT SIDE, PROBLEY A 18-32 GET IT IF YOU CAN IT WONT BE HARD TO RESELL



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Brian in Ohio

01-04-2004 07:43:46
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 Re: Re: Case Crossmotor in reply to dctom, 01-04-2004 06:48:57  
I'm not sure if it's the same on an 18-32, but my 12-20 has the serial number stamped on the frame, on the drivers left side, and on the frame, where it flares out behind the front wheel.



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Oops... here are the pics

01-04-2004 04:33:32
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 Re: Case Crossmotor in reply to Josh Utsinger, 01-03-2004 23:21:16  
I messed up the link in my last post:

Case 10-18 Crossmotor:

Case 12-20 Crossmotor:

Case 25-45 Crossmotor:

Case 40-72 Crossmotor (the BIG one!):

Hope this narrows it down, -Schotte

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Mike Schotte

01-04-2004 04:19:24
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 Re: Case Crossmotor in reply to Josh Utsinger, 01-03-2004 23:21:16  
How much do you want for the TANK? (grin)

I've got several photos of different crossmotors I could mail you. (Photos of a 10-18 are in the link below.)

Can you give us an idea of how big it is? That would help narrow down what it is or isn't.

-Schotte



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John H-WI

01-04-2004 00:49:24
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 Re: Case Crossmotor in reply to Josh Utsinger, 01-03-2004 23:21:16  
Don't know too much about the crossmotors as we never had one around our area when growing up, started with C and L's but can tell you that they are getting harder and harder to find and finding one complete is worth a few dollars. Some of the guys on the board here should be able to tell you where to find serial number and how to identify the model number. Selling it shouldn't be a problem at all. Good luck.

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