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Thomas B. Van Dusen

11-19-1999 12:34:03




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If memory serves me correctly, did not Case build an attractive automobile around 1924 or so? It seems to me there were actually three models of this automobile. I saw them in a book a long time ago, and a reference to them might be of intrigue to people using this website, particulary since the category is "Oddballs and Orphans."




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Larry

11-19-1999 17:08:24




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 Re: case automobile in reply to Thomas B. Van Dusen, 11-19-1999 12:34:03  
You should try to get a copy of 150 Years of J.I.Case. You can find it in the book section of Yesterdays Tractors.It has a very good chapter on the Case auto.



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Don Rudolph

11-19-1999 13:34:50




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 Re: case automobile in reply to Thomas B. Van Dusen, 11-19-1999 12:34:03  
You are correct, the J I Case Threshing Machine Company produced luxury cars from about 1911 until 1925 or 1926. My former Case dealer said his father was visited by a rep from Case who came in a Case car in 1927 to sign him up as a dealer. They really were nice cars and were way ahead of the times. Case was one of the first companies to sign up for the first Indy 500 in 1912. I believe that Barney Oldfield was one of their drivers. If anyone else knows more or if I'm wrong please let us know!

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Shaun In wisconsin

11-19-1999 14:11:22




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 Re: Re: case automobile in reply to Don Rudolph, 11-19-1999 13:34:50  
Cigs Jacobson has 3 CASE autos at his museum in Brocett, ND. Along with many CASE tractors. He had an auction a month ago but still has a nice collection.



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