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Allen Goodman

01-25-2011 10:15:39

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Had a 41 VC (ser# 4524584)with single front follow me home yesterday. It's missing the carb and radiator, but everything else is there. This is the first I've seen with single front. Anyone have any idea how many were made? Also got a 45 LA (ser# 4917922)totally complete, not running. I'm not going to keep the tractors, will be posting in the classifieds soon as I get pictures. Got a property cleanup and given the tractors for partical payment. If I don't sell, China will get them.

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01-25-2011 12:28:23

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 Re: VC in reply to Allen Goodman, 01-25-2011 10:15:39  
As far as I know there are no numbers on how many single fronts were made in any of the Case tractors.
The VAC parts are different but could be made to work.The radiator neck is taller on the VC.The VAC carb may work but the shaft would have to be turned around. I would be interested in the VC if you decide to sell it. Nick

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01-25-2011 10:26:43

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 Re: VC in reply to Allen Goodman, 01-25-2011 10:15:39  
If VAC parts will fit I have a pair of VAC that are parts tractors. There to far gone to fix but they will not end up as scrap either. E-mail is open as always

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