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VAC Air Cooled Engine

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Eric Hosette

12-12-2007 13:06:26

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I recently purchased a Case VAC experimental air cooled engine. I have been told there are only a few left in existance. The engine does have the experimental numbers cast into the block. Does anyone have any information or history available for this engine? Any help would be appreciated.

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Eric Hosette

12-15-2007 13:23:40

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 Re: VAC Air Cooled Engine in reply to Eric Hosette, 12-12-2007 13:06:26  
Thanks to all for the help!

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12-13-2007 03:13:23

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 Re: VAC Air Cooled Engine in reply to Eric Hosette, 12-12-2007 13:06:26  
Brad is right about the engine being widely used in the swathers. The fact that yours is marked experimental may interest the collectors

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bradley martin

12-12-2007 15:58:27

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 Re: VAC Air Cooled Engine in reply to Eric Hosette, 12-12-2007 13:06:26  
I have an A125 Case air cooled in running condition and the parts books and advertising literature for the same. I believe this engine was based on the l26 engine (Case 200b) and was widely available on Case swathers,balers and pull-type combines in the late'50sand early 60s.

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