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old 9

01-04-2007 17:14:42

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I am going to look at a Case 500 tomorrow, 1955. What should I look for on this machine? I have 2 Fords and one Allis, but don't know much about these. What is the horsepower?
Thanks Joe

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Don Rudolph

01-04-2007 18:33:08

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 Re: Case 500? in reply to old 9, 01-04-2007 17:14:42  
If the 500 runs it should be as smooth as glass. If not it will need injector and/or pump work that can get pricey fast. Put it through all the gears to make sure the tranny is good and let it run for awhile to make sure it doesn't overheat from having a cracked head. HP is about 65. They are wonderful machines that you would be proud to own. Don

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old 9

01-04-2007 18:39:25

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 Re: Case 500? in reply to Don Rudolph, 01-04-2007 18:33:08  
Thanks Don; I will repost tomorrow. I love this site, always get the info you need. Joe

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old 9

01-05-2007 17:03:33

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 Re: Case 500? in reply to old 9, 01-04-2007 18:39:25  
I went to look today, was more of a project than I am able to tackle. It seemed to be all there, 4 cyl., magneto, has a loader, narrow front. Is in N/C Indiana. He wants $350.00 for it. Email me and I can give you the phone number. Thanks again Don. Now back to the Ford board. Joe

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01-06-2007 06:55:00

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 Re: Case 500? in reply to old 9, 01-05-2007 17:03:33  
The 500 should have been a 6 cylinder diesel standard tractor unless it was a 500B which was made in 1958 and 1959. Still not to bad for the price.

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