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JR-KY

10-15-2006 11:03:15




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For some who hasn't saw this 49 DC Case none better...owner MARK SCHERER




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allis moline case nut

10-15-2006 20:06:31




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 Re: 1 TO 10..ITS A 10 in reply to JR-KY, 10-15-2006 11:03:15  
Are we dealing with those left behind children that W was briefly worried about ?



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Chances R

10-15-2006 18:07:53




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 Re: 1 TO 10..ITS A 10 in reply to JR-KY, 10-15-2006 11:03:15  
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Nice looking Case. I had a 1938 CC electric start with duals and a narrow front end. Here is my brothers G John Deere with duals.



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Ernie in KY

10-15-2006 19:47:19




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 Re: 1 TO 10..ITS A 10 in reply to Chances R, 10-15-2006 18:07:53  
Hey Chances, is it just me or is that front end pretty narrow? Is it a special? Thanks!

Ernie in KY



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JR-KY

10-15-2006 18:36:34




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 Re: 1 TO 10..ITS A 10 in reply to Chances R, 10-15-2006 18:07:53  
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NiceJ D Tractor ..Here is a picture of mine..



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stomach this

10-15-2006 17:37:39




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 Re: 1 TO 10..ITS A 10 in reply to JR-KY, 10-15-2006 11:03:15  
1030 Case, you miss the whole point. The tractor restoration is superb. The grammar used to describe it stinks.



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Ernie in KY

10-15-2006 19:44:44




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 Re: 1 TO 10..ITS A 10 in reply to stomach this, 10-15-2006 17:37:39  
What, is today national a-hole day? I missed the memo. Who cares about the grammar? Jr is sharing a nicely restored tractor with people that he thought might like to see it. Don't like the grammar? Go read the Wall Street Journal.



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Engineer20

10-15-2006 18:02:18




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 Re: 1 TO 10..ITS A 10 in reply to stomach this, 10-15-2006 17:37:39  
NO! You missed the point. The point is... stop being rude. I'm sure we can find faults with you too.



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stomach this

10-15-2006 15:53:57




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 Re: 1 TO 10..ITS A 10 in reply to JR-KY, 10-15-2006 11:03:15  
I ain't never seen a DC in these here parts that look that there nice.



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40 Year Case Farm

10-15-2006 15:22:01




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 Re: 1 TO 10..ITS A 10 JR-KY in reply to JR-KY, 10-15-2006 11:03:15  
If ever farm in KY had a DC case they would not have anything!!



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Bill in Utah

10-15-2006 13:13:59




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 Re: 1 TO 10..ITS A 10 in reply to JR-KY, 10-15-2006 11:03:15  
Oh "please" lighten up a little!



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dctom

10-15-2006 12:17:15




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 Re: 1 TO 10..ITS A 10 in reply to JR-KY, 10-15-2006 11:03:15  
know all about it, fact is most of the lp attachment was mine and i sold it to him, took first place in the FFA contest few years back, saw it at the farm progress show



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J heitkemper

10-16-2006 05:58:26




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 Re: 1 TO 10..ITS A 10 in reply to dctom, 10-15-2006 12:17:15  
The English language is the pits! always has been that way .. I know of a hi schooler With German family roots getting a D in English and A in Spanish ..Go figure ... I did see this dual wheeled DC at the Farm Progress show a few years back ,,He is a DANDY ,, I refer to most of my old Cases as Good OL Girls.. Spent many nice days sitting LOp legged on a WD-AC . Hot summers cooking on 65 and 175 massey;s. great in winter time though . And enjoyed the Veiw in the summer sittingatop a 930 comfort King like driving around a 2 story house .. My old DC's are best because I can feel the spirit of My Fore fathers riding and working with Me ,,,And Really ..It is what you Like and what You are brought up with ,,,good and bad Experiences.. Because of a tempermental mag ,when I was little ,I still refer respectfully to My dads DC as Ol S>O>B> .. At one place my CASE got the ugly tractor award ,,,At least I did not get the Ugliest driver award .. But I do Appreciate the Grace and styling and the steering ability of the fence hooker Case ,.. Spent sometime on H;s and M;s and like ta tore off my thumbs disc ing down plowed ground .. Just reflecting .and would Like to cross trails Someday . Respectfully .Jim

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english lesson please

10-15-2006 12:02:21




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 Re: 1 TO 10..ITS A 10 in reply to JR-KY, 10-15-2006 11:03:15  
"Hasn't saw"???? Try "haven't seen" !!



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1030 Brian

10-15-2006 16:36:21




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 Re: 1 TO 10..ITS A 10 in reply to english lesson please, 10-15-2006 12:02:21  
I have never seen such arrogance in a tractor thread B4. Why do we need to be this way? It is a very nice tractor. Myself, I would not want one, not my thing, but I can appreciate the work and dedication that went into it. I would never down someone else project. I've had people do this to me and I ask them "where is your's" , that usually shuts them up. Just my 2 cents!! Brian



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