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1933 Case CC

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Steve Davies

12-04-2006 13:54:58

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Have seen Case CC for sale in Europe,good news as I live in England,UK.
How rare are these tractors and is a CC as reliable as my SC.
What is the value of a reasonable looking CC?
How can I post a pic?

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C. Amick

12-05-2006 09:18:26

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 Re: 1933 Case CC in reply to Steve Davies, 12-04-2006 13:54:58  
The prices vary quite a bit, even in the US depending upon location. Rough but running $1,200. Totally restored $2,500. The engine in this tractor is around 100 cubic inches larger that your SC engine, so if you are planning on using the tractor, it is going to burn more petrol.

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Steve Davies

12-06-2006 00:59:23

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 Re: 1933 Case CC in reply to C. Amick, 12-05-2006 09:18:26  
Are Case CC`s dual fuel or all petrol(Gasoline)

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C. Amick

12-06-2006 05:23:34

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 Re: 1933 Case CC in reply to Steve Davies, 12-06-2006 00:59:23  
I think Case offered both duel fuel and gasoline. The head and manifold off DC's will fit the CC. There's a CC on steel up for auction on Ebay right now (see link below). You might want to watch to see what price it brings. It appears to be all gasoline model. There was a very similar one on Ebay not long ago.

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12-05-2006 06:53:00

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 Re: 1933 Case CC in reply to Steve Davies, 12-04-2006 13:54:58  
My dad had a CC (1933) which we used for many years and never manually oiled its rockers. It was used from the 30's to the 60's without oiling.

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12-05-2006 05:40:30

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 Re: 1933 Case CC in reply to Steve Davies, 12-04-2006 13:54:58  
Interesting comment that you have to oil the valve train manually. I know that is what the owners manual says, but I have a friend that has a CC that his father bought new in 1936, when I told him this he said he never remembers of his Dad oiling the rockers. He and his brother used it for years after his Dad died and they never oil it. Does anyone know of a CC that had a failed or severly worn valve train because of lack of lubrication?

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Chances R

12-04-2006 15:37:50

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 Re: 1933 Case CC in reply to Steve Davies, 12-04-2006 13:54:58  
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I will try to answer your question the best I can. Keep in mind this is my opinion only.
1) The CC is by no means rare.
2) Are they reliable yes, but you have to take the valve cover off and oil the rocker arms by hand pretty often.
3)Value of a CC? I have seen them from $100 up. I would guess that a mint restored CC with electric start and generator should be worth $4000 maybe higher.
I can tell you that I have sold 2 tractors to a guy in England. One was a C with factory round spokes and the other a L with factory round spokes. He really liked round spokes, but then again I do to.
There are a few ways to post pictures I use Imageevent.com. I think YT Mag also has a way to do it.

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