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DKase

05-06-2010 19:40:04




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Was just looking through the Antique Power that came today. My almost neighbor (25 miles) has his 40-72 advertised for sale. Should we ALL pool our pennies? He has the 20-40 advertised as well. Any of you have really deep pockets this week?




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1031D

05-07-2010 21:39:44




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 Re: 40-72 for sale in reply to DKase, 05-06-2010 19:40:04  
Thanks for hi-jacking the post, by the way, this matter needs to be addressed with ePay, not here, and the item number is wrong anyways!!!!!



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BarryfromIA

05-07-2010 19:19:50




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 Re: 40-72 for sale in reply to DKase, 05-06-2010 19:40:04  
That Rollag Show was the best display of all types of CASE equipment. Three of the five known 40-72's were there.



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tim1111111111

05-07-2010 14:15:50




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 Re: 40-72 for sale in reply to DKase, 05-06-2010 19:40:04  
I think those pictures are from the Rollag show about 5 years ago.



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JICase

05-06-2010 20:35:31




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 Re: 40-72 for sale in reply to DKase, 05-06-2010 19:40:04  
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Does he take trade-ins? I'd trade my whole collection for one of those. If not, I'd like to purchase the steering wheel for my share so I can drive it around the yard just once.
I don't know who's tractors are in these pictures, but they sure are fun to look at.

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Tom Railsback

05-07-2010 14:56:20




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 Re: 40-72 for sale in reply to JICase, 05-06-2010 20:35:31  
I wondered whose it was so when my copy of Antique Power arrived today, I immediately started looking.
It is the one I suspected it to be, not either of the ones in the photos above. It will be interesting to see where it ends up. For those of you who have never seen it, it does have a cab. I first saw it at the Case Collectors' show at Madison in 1989.



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JICase

05-06-2010 20:51:08




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 Re: 40-72 for sale in reply to JICase, 05-06-2010 20:35:31  
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Can't forget the 20-40 pics!



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Lamont

05-06-2010 20:34:46




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 Re: 40-72 for sale in reply to DKase, 05-06-2010 19:40:04  
Wbat's a decent 18-38 worth? There's one in an auction about 80 miles from me tomorrow.



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Alan Golden

05-06-2010 19:58:43




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 Re: 40-72 for sale in reply to DKase, 05-06-2010 19:40:04  
I'm going through my Antique Power now since I came home for the night from Pawnee. I might find a quarter under my car seat. Would that get me much of a share?



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L.Lamp

05-07-2010 20:40:03




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 Re: 40-72 for sale in reply to Alan Golden, 05-06-2010 19:58:43  
Before you get too generous, please send back my $24.50 for the cultivator brackets I bought from you on eBay, item #200431353105. Since you don't answer e-mails or take phone calls, this has to be my way of reaching you. Don't take money from people and not deliver!



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