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Build Cards for LA SC

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Ande

01-15-2007 16:10:24




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Wandering if anyone would have the build cards for these 2 tractors of mine:
"LA" Case S#5331832LA
"SC" Case S#5325475SC
Sure would like to get more information on these 2 tractors,as they have been with me for a while,and the "LA"is in the buying parts for it phase.The old "SC"just has to keeps working with its old "101" Case loader.Sure enjoy this sight Ande




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dctom

01-15-2007 17:17:03




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 Re: Build Cards for LA SC in reply to Ande, 01-15-2007 16:10:24  
ANDY I GOT EM, WILL LOOK THEM UP TOMORROW AND POST FOR YOU TOM



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Ande

01-16-2007 05:06:47




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 Re: Build Cards for LA SC in reply to dctom, 01-15-2007 17:17:03  
Tom,thanks for doing this
Ande



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dctom

01-16-2007 06:23:52




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 Re: Build Cards for LA SC in reply to Ande, 01-16-2007 05:06:47  
5325475 SC-3 WAS BUILT JULY 20 1949 WITH ADJ, FRONT AXLE AND RADIATOR SHUTTERS, SHIPPED TO CAVALIER IMPLEMENT CO CAVALIER N.D. JULY 21 1949

5331832--LA WAS BUILT SEPT 29 1949 WITH HYDRALIC BREAKS, SHIPPED TO J I CASE CO. ST. PAUL MINN. JAN.7 1950 TOM



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Ande

01-16-2007 08:24:50




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 Re: Build Cards for LA SC in reply to dctom, 01-16-2007 06:23:52  
Tom
Thanks for the information,intersting information on the "SC"and that is where I found the tractor too.
The "LA"is a different story,but nice to know dates anyway,this tractor in its last days of hard work,was on a road construction at last,I picked it up from them.Anyway,sure nice of you Tom,to give me the information you had.By the way,looking to find a "DC" also,love those old tractors
Ande

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dctom

01-16-2007 16:43:54




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 Re: Build Cards for LA SC in reply to Ande, 01-16-2007 08:24:50  
ANDE, I HAVE A 42 THAT IS A LITLE STRONGER THAN MOST WOULD TAKE 2000.00 FOR IT BUT I AM IN NORTHERN INDIANA TOM



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Ande

01-17-2007 05:11:34




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 Re: Build Cards for LA SC in reply to dctom, 01-16-2007 16:43:54  
Tom
Would love to be interested,but focusing all my funds right now on the "LA",but it does grab my interest,guess the distance is a item too.Thanks for the comeback. Ande



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dctom

01-17-2007 06:44:26




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 Re: Build Cards for LA SC in reply to Ande, 01-17-2007 05:11:34  
NO PROBLEM IT WILL PROBLEY BE HERE ANYTIME AS I DONT HAVE TO SELL IT BUT WOULD TO THE RIGHT GUY TOM



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