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Found a 1952 Case VAS

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Choptank

09-13-2009 20:09:13




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I found a 1952 Case VAS that I would love to have. Dont know a whole lot about them but been looking for a good old tractor to make my project. I came accross this one and from what I understand these are prety rare. The tractor is in pretty rough condition. Will need mostly new tins, though all still there except for hood. Fenders are still there but pretty rusty. This make a good project tractor?

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1031D

09-14-2009 09:33:08




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 Re: Found a 1952 Case VAS in reply to Choptank, 09-13-2009 20:09:13  
I am between Milwaukee and Chicago, and I don't care if it even has an engine or tires, as long as the WFE, eagle hitch, and other high crop parts are there/rebuildable/fixable as I am a machinist/welder, and will travel a bit for one, just not to the other side of the country.



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VACLee

09-16-2009 05:06:40




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 Re: Found a 1952 Case VAS in reply to 1031D, 09-14-2009 09:33:08  
I am in central NC. If that is not to far send me an email for details.



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1031D

09-14-2009 07:43:06




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 Re: Found a 1952 Case VAS in reply to Choptank, 09-13-2009 20:09:13  
The only things that are VAS specific are the front axle center tube, rear drop housings and eagle hitch, everything else is the same as a late model VAC and the brakes are the same as a VAH. I have been looking for one and cannot find one in a condition I can afford nor do I have the time to drive down to Louisiana to get one. They seem to fetch a very nice price when restored.



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VAClee

09-14-2009 08:15:02




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 Re: Found a 1952 Case VAS in reply to 1031D, 09-14-2009 07:43:06  
Where are you located? Might be able to help you with one.



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