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Dave Rasmussen

09-16-2009 20:54:48




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I'm wondering if anyone on this forum can help identify a Case tractor. Photo is posted on the "help identify" gallery. It was my dad's "baby" and he left it to my son when he died. We're trying to get whatever information we can since we don't seem to have any paperwork or manuals for it. I remember riding on it with him when I was a kid in the 1950's but I think it's quite a bit older than that. (I haven't been able to get to where the tractor is stored to check for a manufacturer plate, but I'd be surprised if it's still there). Thanks for any help.

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caseman-d

09-17-2009 17:42:50




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 Re: Help identifying a Case in reply to Dave Rasmussen, 09-16-2009 20:54:48  
My guess is a Case C as I don't see the inspection plates on the side of the block and it looks like I can see inspection plate on the oil pan thru the spokes of the front wheel.

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Dave Olson

09-17-2009 14:30:46




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 Re: Help identifying a Case in reply to Dave Rasmussen, 09-16-2009 20:54:48  
Hello Dave,

Here is a picture of my 1930 C Case. It is on rubber but was originally on steel just like yours.

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Dave Olson East-Central Illinois



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Dave Rasmussen

09-17-2009 19:48:19




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 Re: Help identifying a Case in reply to Dave Olson, 09-17-2009 14:30:46  
Wow - that's a real beauty. Nicely done - we've got a ways to go to get it in that good of shape. Thanks for sharing the photo.



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Dave Olson

09-18-2009 11:14:59




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 Re: Help identifying a Case in reply to Dave Rasmussen, 09-17-2009 19:48:19  
Hi Dave,

I've had a lot of fun taking the little tractor to shows in my area for the last few years.

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I think the tractor is mainly correct except the color of the wheels. They should be painted red! I bought the tractor from the grandson of the fellow that did the first restoration and he, for what ever reason liked black better. We've left it that way in respect to him.

Dave Olson

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El Toro

09-17-2009 05:08:25




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 Re: Help identifying a Case in reply to Dave Rasmussen, 09-16-2009 20:54:48  
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Here's your pic. Hal



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J.D.H.

09-17-2009 05:24:56




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 Re: Help identifying a Case in reply to El Toro, 09-17-2009 05:08:25  
Still think its a C like Toot said. Look for serial number on tool box or left side of engine block towards the back. Should be stamped there. Most of the early L's had bigger fenders and were angled on the front.



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Tom Railsback

09-17-2009 05:58:18




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 Re: Help identifying a Case in reply to J.D.H., 09-17-2009 05:24:56  
Definitely a C; the rear wheels are a dead give away.



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B Reimer

09-18-2009 21:44:32




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 Re: Help identifying a Case in reply to Tom Railsback, 09-17-2009 05:58:18  
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Looks like a C to me, got one like it on rubber.



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Dave Rasmussen

09-17-2009 19:51:41




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 Re: Help identifying a Case in reply to Tom Railsback, 09-17-2009 05:58:18  
Thanks to everyone for the comments and information. We really appreciate the help!



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patsdeere

09-16-2009 23:41:20




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 Re: Help identifying a Case in reply to Dave Rasmussen, 09-16-2009 20:54:48  
Looks like it might be a Case L. Check the tool box for a serial number plate.



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