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J. R. McVay, Sr.

10-10-2010 06:33:47




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How many 400 Cases were built in '57?




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erik ok

10-11-2010 12:37:52




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 Re: 400 Case in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 10-10-2010 06:33:47  

Anyone know how many LP fuel and narrow front end
400s were made, we had one when I was a kid and it got sold. I would
Like to find one but they seem to be pretty rare



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J. R. McVay, Sr.

10-10-2010 09:20:41




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 Re: 400 Case in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 10-10-2010 06:33:47  
I want to know the total number of all models of the 400 built in 1957.



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Joe Young

10-10-2010 14:17:55




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 Re: 400 Case in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 10-10-2010 09:20:41  
According to Stonehouse and Brumbaugh, there were 3,067 400 series tractors built in 1957. - Joe


400 = 450
401 = 1,075
402 = 0
403 = 24
410 = 400
411 = 1,000
412 = 0
413 = 8
420 = 35
425 = 75



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caseman-d

10-10-2010 07:29:17




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 Re: 400 Case in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 10-10-2010 06:33:47  
Depends on Model of 400. 401 gp dsl 1075, 411 gp gas 1000. lowest production was the 413 hi-clearance gas with 8 produced.

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Lamont

10-10-2010 10:43:40




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 Re: 400 Case in reply to caseman-d, 10-10-2010 07:29:17  
How many LP Rowcrop in '56? Diesel Rowcrop?



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630rich

10-10-2010 11:54:31




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 Re: 400 Case in reply to Lamont, 10-10-2010 10:43:40  
how about super diesels??



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