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CASE 1010 Combine?

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John Schneider

11-23-2006 07:41:42




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There is an old Case Combine for sale nearby that the guy says is in good condition. It is practically free if I pick it up. Problem is that I cannot find any info on this combine. How big is a case 1010? Does anyone have one that they can shoot me a picture and quick description? Would be appreciated. Thanks.




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John Schneider

11-24-2006 06:55:26




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 Re: CASE 1010 Combine? in reply to John Schneider, 11-23-2006 07:41:42  
Thanks...gives me an idea along with the previous description. I can see that they are indeed close to the 503 in size. Way too big for my needs. I would like a little Massey 35 or comparable Gleaner.



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Case 1010

11-23-2006 21:01:25




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 Re: CASE 1010 Combine? in reply to John Schneider, 11-23-2006 07:41:42  
John,
Go to the Galleries section to the left of this page and click on implement photos.
Next, go to the search box at the bottom of that page and type in "Case Combines" (plural).
The 1010 in this picture is in the back, hard to see, but may give you an idea of physical size.
If you find a picture of a model 1000 or 1060, those machines are the forerunner and replacement of the 1010 and very similar.
Hope this helps.

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1206SWMO

11-23-2006 11:41:36




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 Re: CASE 1010 Combine? in reply to John Schneider, 11-23-2006 07:41:42  
The 1010 Case was built from 1963-65.As mentioned it had a 42" wide cylinder and 12-18' headers were available.It weighs 10,200 lbs so would be comparable to a 503 IH.I have original sales lit for a 1010.



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noncompos

11-23-2006 11:12:13




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 Re: CASE 1010 Combine? in reply to John Schneider, 11-23-2006 07:41:42  
FWIW, while looking for IH info last week stumbled acress a Case-IH Combine forum run by a Combine parts company--sent the site email; if doesn't come thru post here. Good luck.



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John Schneider

11-23-2006 10:07:30




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 Re: CASE 1010 Combine? in reply to John Schneider, 11-23-2006 07:41:42  
John...while that is usually good advice, I already have an IH503, 2 John Deere 55's and an Allis Chalmers All-Crop 60. I am looking for a very small self-propelled similar to the Massey 35 combine. I have some very small fields of organic rye, wheat, barley, oats etc. I need a tiny combine for these specialty crops in the smaller fields. Doesn't look right to have a 503 on 3acres! LOL I just cannot find any information on this combine on-line

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John Saeli

11-23-2006 10:01:23




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 Re: CASE 1010 Combine? in reply to John Schneider, 11-23-2006 07:41:42  
Hey John!! Grab it 1st, & ask questions later!! The 1010 was built in the early 60's. Case Co's biggest @ the time. 42" Cyl. Came either Diesel or Gas, Spike or Rasp.



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