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OT--the Case Automobile

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04-17-2007 17:54:48

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Someone asked several months ago about the Case car (1910-27); just saw it in a car book I picked up: 3 orig models: 25, 35 and 40; by 1918 Mod U (Cont 6) with Touring Family, All Season Sedan and Sport bodies; Models X and Y of 1922, and the "last model" the Jay-Eye-See (per the book)with 4whl hydraulics. That"s about all it says (sorry; no scanner).Engine info given doesn"t match a 24 catalog, which also shows models R-25, V, V-18 and W, but that"s normal for those days.

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bradley martin

04-18-2007 01:42:54

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 Re: OT--the Case Automobile in reply to noncompos, 04-17-2007 17:54:48  
Boy! That is a beauty.

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george md

04-17-2007 21:56:30

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 Re: OT--the Case Automobile in reply to noncompos, 04-17-2007 17:54:48  
Here is a picture of Herb in the parade.


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george md

04-17-2007 21:34:27

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 Re: OT--the Case Automobile in reply to noncompos, 04-17-2007 17:54:48  

There is a fellow that shows up on this board from time to time that has a 1912 model 40 and it is a beauty . I have some pictures of him driving it in the parade and later of it parked. The pictures are from the show in westminister, Md last summer .


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04-18-2007 02:14:06

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 Re: OT--the Case Automobile in reply to george md, 04-17-2007 21:34:27  
More pictures here

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george md

04-19-2007 10:21:02

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 Re: OT--the Case Automobile in reply to JHH, 04-18-2007 02:14:06  


I sent Mike some of those pictures .


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