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Dutchman

12-06-2010 16:42:13




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I would like some feed-back on the changes I made on the calendar .. add a few sayings .. like == don't like put the months .. birthstone & flower

we want a great calendar but ... don't want to over do it ... Is that too much ?? Ideas are always welcome ... I didn't make it to any shows ... so we will be needing a COVER picture for 2012 ...

THANKS ... MaRk




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1031D

12-12-2010 18:11:53




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 Re: ** Case Calendar ** feed-back in reply to Dutchman, 12-06-2010 16:42:13  
And here is my C to run that thresher. third party image



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flambeau1

12-11-2010 15:33:58




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 Re: ** Case Calendar ** feed-back in reply to Dutchman, 12-06-2010 16:42:13  
We have a 1967 case 1030 western with a gp front end from the factory. The tractor is 100% original with around 1300 hours on it. Original paint was well cared for and is picture worthy. I think this would make a great cover pic for 2012?



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KYCASE1

12-07-2010 11:40:31




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 Re: ** Case Calendar ** feed-back in reply to Dutchman, 12-06-2010 16:42:13  
Mark The calendars are great (again). This is my 3rd year and I have been well pleased. They make great gifts for the tractor guys. I like the Case fact of the month idea ,but I realize that puts alot more work on you to dig the information up. Keep up the good work, I am already looking forward to next years calendar. P.S. When submiting pictures for the calendar can you submit pictures for more than one tractor?

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Dutchman

12-07-2010 15:06:55




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 Re: ** Case Calendar ** feed-back in reply to KYCASE1, 12-07-2010 11:40:31  
You may send as many tractors as you wish ... what we try and do is use tractor pictures from as many different people as we can ... yes some get 1 or more picture ... and part of that could be ... because the tractor is rare ..

THANKS for asking ... Mark



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1031D

12-07-2010 09:52:07




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 Re: ** Case Calendar ** feed-back in reply to Dutchman, 12-06-2010 16:42:13  
Mark, if you need a cover when I get my 1935 C and 1924 22x36 thresher out I can snap a good one. Calender is good for me! I have bought some 3 years in a row now. Thanks.



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Will P

12-12-2010 18:01:03




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 Re: ** Case Calendar ** feed-back in reply to 1031D, 12-07-2010 09:52:07  
third party image

This is the thresher here.



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tluchterhandt

12-07-2010 07:03:02




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 Re: ** Case Calendar ** feed-back in reply to JoeBob-IN, 12-06-2010 16:42:13  
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Hey Mark,
you did a fantastic work on the 2011 Calendar. My wife said I should have ordered more at the early discount rate. Keep up the great work!



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Dutchman

12-07-2010 15:09:40




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 Re: ** Case Calendar ** feed-back in reply to tluchterhandt, 12-07-2010 07:03:02  
I still have a discount ... buy 5 or more and I WILL cover the SHIPPING ..

Mark



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jmohr

12-06-2010 18:07:56




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 Re: ** Case Calendar ** feed-back in reply to Dutchman, 12-06-2010 16:42:13  
Awesome calendar! If any historical dates are known or when production started or stopped could be added. I'm sure this would be difficult and more work, but it is just some information that is important for us case guys to know for certain days. Kind of a fun CASE fact for the day. Whatever you do don't stop making the calendars.



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Dutchman

12-07-2010 15:13:13




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 Re: ** Case Calendar ** feed-back in reply to jmohr, 12-06-2010 18:07:56  
We will try and put in ALL the information I find or get send to us .. so if you guys know some facts ... PLEASE let us know ...

Mark



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jal-SD

12-07-2010 06:28:20




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 Re: ** Case Calendar ** feed-back in reply to jmohr, 12-06-2010 18:07:56  
GREAT! Mine came the other day! Keep up the good work. (My $0.02 worth. jal-SD)



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