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1960's Era Case

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Bob Kleis

10-26-2006 21:39:14

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My father recently passed away and has a Case Tractor from the late 50's early 60's in a barn. It has a metal plate with "model: 22" and the numbers: 4071590 below it.

I'm trying to get some information on it to possibly get it running again. It has a front loader and a backhoe.

Any help would be appreciated. I'm a city slicker and barely know which direction forward is on it.

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10-27-2006 06:37:22

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 Re: 1960's Era Case in reply to Bob Kleis, 10-26-2006 21:39:14  
Where is the ID plate Located? Model 22 sounds more like the Loader or Backhoe Model, not tractor model.
For example, the ID plate for a 60's vintage 580CK is located on the right side of the dash panel cowling.

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Bob Kleis

10-27-2006 07:29:42

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 Re: 1960's Era Case in reply to K-Mo, 10-27-2006 06:37:22  
Thanks for all the reply"s. I will check on the dask cowling. The serial "model 22" with the ID number came off the metal plate that is on the left side of the tractor, roughly by the drivers left food on the side of the frame. I have a photo of the plate and a few other shots.

One of my dad"s neighbors said it is late 50"s, early 60"s but didn"t know the model. After looking at vintage photos, it"s definitely not older than this.

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10-27-2006 06:27:45

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 Re: 1960's Era Case in reply to Bob Kleis, 10-26-2006 21:39:14  
Model 22 loaders & hoes came on 430"s. I think you are looking at the loader or hoe tag.
Best, Dennis......

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10-27-2006 01:37:23

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 Re: 1960's Era Case in reply to Bob Kleis, 10-26-2006 21:39:14  
Hate to break this to you, but with that serial number its just a bit older that late 50s/early 60s. Model 22-40 was made from 1919 to 1925, but the serial numbers don't match up. Take a look at
this URL http://www.ytmag.com/cgi-bin/snlookup.cgi?mf=CASE

This site gives a wealth of information on all kinds of old tractors, and if you are of a mind to start a restoration project, the Case site on Yesterday's Tractors discussion forum is a wealth of information at your finger tips. These guys are all Case enthusisists and are extremely helpful!!

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10-27-2006 05:28:29

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 Re: 1960's Era Case in reply to JGarner, 10-27-2006 01:37:23  
They did't have front end loaders and backhoes when the 22/40 was built.

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