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600 Case row crop #s

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Darrell K MN

03-07-2008 15:26:33

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I saw a Case 600 row crop caseomatic today and was wondering how many were produced? Thanks, Darrell

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Tom (Ks)

03-07-2008 17:17:42

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 Re: 600 Case row crop #s in reply to Darrell K MN, 03-07-2008 15:26:33  
Not sure what the difference is between the 610 and 612 is, but here are the numbers. 610's 744 produced; 3213 of 611's and 125 of 612's for a total of 4082 of 600B's

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Darrell K MN

03-07-2008 19:14:41

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 Re: 600 Case row crop #s in reply to Tom (Ks), 03-07-2008 17:17:42  
Thank you, just curious, you did not list just a 600 model, do you think the one I saw had the standard decals on it? Thank You, Darrell

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03-07-2008 20:29:57

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 Re: 600 Case row crop #s in reply to Darrell K MN, 03-07-2008 19:14:41  
The 600 model incluces all of those he listed. Those are just different versions of the 600 model.

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Darrell K MN

03-08-2008 07:41:14

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 Re: 600 Case row crop #s in reply to JRT, 03-07-2008 20:29:57  
Is the difference between the models noted in the serial #s? Thank You

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Den N Ms

03-08-2008 13:29:11

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 Re: 600 Case row crop #s in reply to Darrell K MN, 03-08-2008 07:41:14  
Darrell K,Yes you need to get and post the serial number,Its on the right side of the dash.

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