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1953 Case VAC 14

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Ed Mockensturm

01-22-2007 17:36:26




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I was told that a VAC 14 is a rare tractor. It also has 3 point eagle hitch. Is there such a tractor as a VAC 14? Any information would be helpful.

Ed Mockensturm
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Ryan - WI

01-23-2007 19:45:19




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 Re: 1953 Case VAC 14 in reply to Ed Mockensturm, 01-22-2007 17:36:26  
Just out of curiousity, what is the sn of yours? Mine is 6000464.



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Ed Mockensturm

01-24-2007 09:20:04




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 Re: 1953 Case VAC 14 in reply to Ryan - WI, 01-23-2007 19:45:19  
Ryan,

The serial # on VAC 14 is 6000587

Ed Mockensturm



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mj

01-22-2007 18:09:40




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 Re: 1953 Case VAC 14 in reply to Ed Mockensturm, 01-22-2007 17:36:26  
The VAC-14 was built in 1953 & 54. A total of 6,226 were produced which makes it the 4th 'rarest' of the VA series. The VAS, VAH, VAIW (in that order) have lower production numbers. The figures are from LeTourneaus' book "Illustrated Buyer's Guide - CASE Tractors". He does not include the VAC-11, 12, 13 or VAO-15 in his list, however. Compared to the VAC at 94,267 units you do have a rare tractor but a lot of that depends on the area, too. A VAO in NW Colo. is a rare thing but a VAC single-front might not be. The situation could be reversed in, say, Florida. At any rate you've got a keeper there, enjoy!

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TimBinWV

01-24-2007 15:35:34




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 Re: 1953 Case VAC 14 in reply to mj, 01-22-2007 18:09:40  
Hey,mj, I bought a VAC-14 a few weeks back,Serial # 6013406. I was told it was a 56. Who is correct,You ,or the old dude I bought it off of?
Thanks! BTW,I'd rather it be a 54,cause I'm gonna tow it w/a 54 F-100 Panel Delivery that's gonna match it!



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Ryan - WI

01-24-2007 19:56:58




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 Re: 1953 Case VAC 14 in reply to TimBinWV, 01-24-2007 15:35:34  
Tim, it is a 54. The guy you bought it from thought it was a 56 because he subtracted 4 from the first two digits of the sn. That is how everything else goes. But in (I think) 52 they quit doing that numbering system on the VAC's. Yours is a 54 I would bet.

I originally thought mine was a 56 too.



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