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Nick Bombini

07-26-2006 12:18:52




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I was wondering what model of Case this is. The only reason I know it is a Case is because I zoomed pretty far in on the front of the tracor where the logo is. This picture was taken in Normandy sometime after D-Day. Any other information on this tractor would also be great such as non standard equipment that the military put on.

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Nick

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Triplerange

07-28-2006 13:14:52




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 Re: What model? in reply to Nick Bombini, 07-26-2006 12:18:52  
Cool pctures.
Thanks for posting those.



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Nedd

07-26-2006 14:04:48




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 Re: What model? in reply to Nick Bombini, 07-26-2006 12:18:52  
Definitely the LA setup. So with the wheel configuration of duals I would go with LAI. The industrial version of the LA. Not sure if any LAIW were made, like they did for the VA's. DCTom would be the best to find out that info for you. Nice pictures though.



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dctom

07-26-2006 15:21:19




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 Re: What model? in reply to Nedd, 07-26-2006 14:04:48  
LAI industrial with military hard ware onit, air compressor spring mounted front axle, case made lot of them for the military, probley made in the war years and thoes cards are all lost, sure would like to see the card on this one tom



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Nick Bombini

07-27-2006 20:37:51




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 Re: What model? in reply to dctom, 07-26-2006 15:21:19  
I appreciate the replies guys. I restore military vehicles and know nothing about about antique tractors but I thought this one was interesting because it was in Normandy. I may actually be interested in one a few years down the road after I finish my current projects.

--Nick



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Nick Bombini

07-26-2006 12:47:41




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 Re: What model? in reply to Nick Bombini, 07-26-2006 12:18:52  
Here's a couple of photos of a few more.

http://www.ceris-normandie.com/archivesnormandie/PhotosHD/p013316.jpg
http://www.ceris-normandie.com/archivesnormandie/PhotosHD/p001132.jpg

--Nick



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mikefromIowa

07-26-2006 14:19:36




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 Re: What model? in reply to Nick Bombini, 07-26-2006 12:47:41  
That one pictures looks like a Farmall and not a Case



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Nick Bombini

07-26-2006 12:21:13




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 Re: What model? in reply to Nick Bombini, 07-26-2006 12:18:52  
Sorry the picture is so large, I didn't realize it was that large from the website I pulled it from.

--Nick



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