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Kirk in kansas,

01-17-2007 09:01:58

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Are the 29, and 30 case L. supposed to have stripe,s on the side of hood,
I think so,
I saw one that was being repainted, and they didnt put stripe,s on side,s of hood,
Are some people misinformed about this , or was some of the L,s not done like this?
Please Help,

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Steve (DE)

01-17-2007 10:13:08

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 Re: Case L, in reply to Kirk in kansas,, 01-17-2007 09:01:58  
I've a copy of the original sales brochure which Case mailed out to announce the introduction of the L in 1929. The hood is not embossed. It does have a large CASE decal, and it does have stripes below the decal.

I've also seen a few vintage photographs that are the same. I think there were stripes on all the Model L hoods, both the early unembossed as well as the later embossed ones.

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Brian in Ohio

01-17-2007 09:12:05

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 Re: Case L, in reply to Kirk in kansas,, 01-17-2007 09:01:58  
I believe all of the L tractors came from the factory with stripes on the hood. At least all of the vintage photos and ads I've seen show them.

This may be different for 1929, as those hoods did not come with the letters embossed on them, they just had a decal that said CASE, and there were no stripes on the hood.

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