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Terry Denton

04-23-2009 02:52:53




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I'm not going to have near the info I would need for a knowledgeable answer but lets see what happens. After looking through the pic albums here I've located what looks very similar to a 1937 CC, that is still hooked up to what appeared to be a three disk plow. I've driven past it for thirty years without seeing it, and I know it has to have been sitting there that long. A relative of mine now owns the land and I'm wondering what the thing might be worth as a restoration project. It appears to be complete, and appears to have been driven to where it sits and abandoned. I have none of the information about what might or might not be wrong with the thing that a collector would want other than it looks like the 1937 CC in a picture here, and is complete with steel wheels. He might just give me the thing to get it out of the way but if he asks anything for it, I was just wanting a rough idea of what it might be worth either to restore or for parts.

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C. Amick

04-23-2009 16:29:00




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 Re: located prewar case in reply to Terry Denton, 04-23-2009 02:52:53  
I would say $200. Don Livingston says that it's restorable if it casts a shadow.



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Nedd

04-23-2009 05:24:36




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 Re: located prewar case in reply to Terry Denton, 04-23-2009 02:52:53  
Steel wheels are the big ticket items. The manifold if it is good shape, fenders. Basicly all the little stuff will bring more individually then the whole tractor.



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Camboted

04-23-2009 03:28:05




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 Re: located prewar case in reply to Terry Denton, 04-23-2009 02:52:53  
If it's been sitting in the open for 30 years, unless you're in a desert, I'd take the price of scrap times the weight. That's not to say it isn't worth more to the right person. I was at the big auction in Nebraska last year and bought about 60 Case tractors,most were at scrap prices, there were people from all over the world there, but the less than perfect tractors brought junk prices. I paid $400 for a 38 CC with a starter in near running condition. That's when scrap was higher and the economy better than it is now.

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Azznbad

04-23-2009 04:59:06




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 Re: located prewar case in reply to Camboted, 04-23-2009 03:28:05  
OK Thanks. Wish I had located it when I could get $250 a ton for cast. lol Just out of curiosity if I were to pick it up for basically scrap, are there any parts in particular I might want to set aside that someone might be interested that are hard to find. 8N and 9N in Fords I'll pick up if they have decent tin work, anything similar on the old Case? Thanks



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Brian in Ohio

04-23-2009 07:53:14




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 Re: located prewar case in reply to Azznbad, 04-23-2009 04:59:06  
If it's a tractor that you are just going to part out, and pending on your location, I may be interested in the radiator, and possibly some smaller parts. But if it's complete, and you're up for the challenge, then it would make for a great restoration project.



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