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08-24-2007 09:22:20

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I just purchased a VA or VAC which the serial number is missing from the guage display panel. I found stamped numbers on the engine block that start with VAC 124 and continue to read -27744. Can these numbers identify the year of manufacture? It has a fixed axle with the wheels appart. Thanks for the help

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08-24-2007 09:35:29

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 Re: Case VA or Vac in reply to -CS444DAB82=2, 08-24-2007 09:22:20  
VAC124 engine puts it 1948 or earlier, but 27724 is most likely 1945 - fyi tractor 1945 VAC4929773 had engine VAC124-27519; VAC4927347 had VAC124-24932. But unlike most case, motor number does not match tractor s/n so no way to tell for sure, even assuming its original engine. If yours is fixed wide front it is probably a VA or VAI - maybe VAO but less likely - VAC would have been tricycle or adjustable.

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08-25-2007 20:33:10

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 Re: Case VA or Vac in reply to ACEd, 08-24-2007 09:35:29  
I have acquired a 1951 VAC tricycle with a single front tire. I have seen many with two tires in the front but none with the single. Does anyone out their have any idea how many of these were made?

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08-26-2007 08:16:56

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 Re: Case VA or Vac in reply to mkr, 08-25-2007 20:33:10  
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Good question .... I suspect that more than a few were converted in the field as the parts were a factory item.

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