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Case C Model Kit.

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04-25-2010 11:59:51

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Sorry, I'm not talking revelle here. I have a 36 Case C that I pretty much received in pieces. Its like getting an old model kit at a yard sale with no directions. You've got an idea of how it goes together but there is always a part you have no clue where it goes, or you are missing something you need.
Basically, the head, radiator, fenders, and tank had been removed to overhaul the engine. But the previous owner never got around to putting her back together. I'm missing a bunch of hardware and other odds and ends that have gotten lost. I'm wondering if anyone is reproducing any of the Parts for the C.
It seems I'm short the clamp parts that hold the exhaust manifold to the head, and both necks from the radiator to the head.

I also need a hood.

Also a previous owner of it had made "customizations" to the throttle control lever and the brake lever. Does anyone have pictures of what these controls should look like? I've seached around but I just havn't found clear pictures of that area.
I'll probably have more questions in future, when I put it back together.
This post was edited by primerk5 at 12:01:02 04/25/10.

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John D.H.

04-25-2010 19:32:04

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 Re: Case C Model Kit. in reply to primerk5, 04-25-2010 11:59:51  
Bruce Davis still has his ad in OLD ABE for gray hoods. Give him a call at 419-628-3963. Minster, OH.

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04-25-2010 17:41:55

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 Re: Case C Model Kit. in reply to primerk5, 04-25-2010 11:59:51  
I have one C, and about 4 CC's for parts. I am in Eastern SD. I should have everything other than the fenders and hood. Email if I can help.

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04-26-2010 16:36:05

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 Re: Case C Model Kit. in reply to DKase, 04-25-2010 17:41:55  
DKase. What is your e-mail address?

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bradley martin

04-25-2010 17:24:15

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 Re: Case C Model Kit. in reply to primerk5, 04-25-2010 11:59:51  
Your best bet is likely to find a donor tractor. There were lots of C s built and still around in various condition. A good donor will be far cheaper than scrounging each individual part that is required.....plus you will have an exact replica to see how things go together.There used to be an Amish shop in Pa that made replica fenders and hoods. I don't know if they are still in business but 20 yrs ago I got a set of fenders from them and was very pleased w/ both product and cost.

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Tom Railsback

04-25-2010 16:56:50

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 Re: Case C Model Kit. in reply to primerk5, 04-25-2010 11:59:51  
Most engine parts from a D series tractor will fit.
(D, DC, DO, etc.) My E-mail is open if you have questions. I'm the Case Collectors' D series technical expert and since C and D share most engine parts, I should be able to help you.

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Bob from Australia

04-25-2010 15:48:01

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 Re: Case C Model Kit. in reply to primerk5, 04-25-2010 11:59:51  
The parts book is a great help in showing you how it goes together, and what is missing. An original workshop manual is useful. These tractors are simple and robust and were designed for farmers to service and repair in the field.

It is also useful to look at a good C and take plenty of close up photos.

Some parts are still available from CaseIH, and some on this website under the Tractor Parts section, but your best source is someone like Don L or John S who post on this board.

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