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Did Case ever make any promotional films or movies?

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Alan K

01-26-2008 17:59:28




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Was just wondering if Case ever made any promotional films or movies on tractors and equipment. I would like to see some especially on the 730 830 etc. of the 1960s. Has anyone ever heard of there being any?




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Ande

01-29-2008 10:26:02




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 Re: Did Case ever make any promotional films or movies? in reply to Alan K, 01-26-2008 17:59:28  
Yes and no,they did have a machine called a DuKane that it was a roll of film,that was put in the machine and a record was played and the salesman would promp when there was a ding and go along with sound for the film.There was great color pictures of everything,including 830's.I had one up to 3 years ago that belong to my father,and like a idiot sold it :(



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Alan K

01-28-2008 07:33:03




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 Re: Did Case ever make any promotional films or movies? in reply to Alan K, 01-26-2008 17:59:28  
Is there anywhere a person can purchase any of these types of movies? We had an 830 and I miss it.



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JGarner

01-27-2008 19:37:28




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 Re: Did Case ever make any promotional films or movies? in reply to Alan K, 01-26-2008 17:59:28  
I remember seeing one at a dealer open house/BBQ for customers back in the mid 50s. I was real small then but still remember it. It was when the round nose models we coming out. They had real tractor pulls in this one. Case and equivalent model Farmall, JD, Alis, etc. were hooked one by one drawbar to drawbar with the Cases and the Case walked away with everyone of them red, green and orange clawing for all they were worth but could not match the Case for power and traction.

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farmdad

01-27-2008 16:53:06




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 Re: Did Case ever make any promotional films or movies? in reply to Alan K, 01-26-2008 17:59:28  
I vaguely remember watching one about the Case-O-Matic transmission for the 800 or 830 series. This was at the dealership. Would have probably been in the mid "60"s



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J Schwiebert

01-26-2008 18:03:06




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 Re: Did Case ever make any promotional films or movies? in reply to Alan K, 01-26-2008 17:59:28  
Don't know about that but they had some for the crawlers in about that time period. I used to have a set at the Career center where I worked20+ years ago. J.



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