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Mike B (SD)

03-07-2011 11:22:30




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Does any one have the total production numbers for the 930? Please include all versions 1960-1969 930,931,940,941. Thanks, I"ve got 41,926 written down but I"m sure that"s wrong.




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brokengun

03-08-2011 07:36:41




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 Re: Case 930 production in reply to Mike B (SD), 03-07-2011 11:22:30  
I would like to know the final number of production as well. All I know is that I have 2 of them and I hope they last a long, long time.

I tell people the 930 case is the poor mans 4020. Iíve operated a 4020, 806 and 930 and personally I think the 930 is the best of the lot except when it comes to a loader then the 4020 wins hands down



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DCTOM

03-08-2011 06:51:22




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 Re: Case 930 production in reply to Mike B (SD), 03-07-2011 11:22:30  
I HAVE A SHEET FROM RACINE THAT GIVES PRODUCTION # IT ADDS UP TO 19,334 BUT WILL NEVER BE RIGHT BECAUSE 1961 WAS LOST THESE ARE 930 SERIES DCTOM



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caseman-d

03-07-2011 19:18:46




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 Re: Case 930 production in reply to dbb62, 03-07-2011 11:22:30  
Good luck, I haven't found any production numbers for the 30 series. Also believe it's been discussed before on the forum. You may want to search the archives and check to see if youcan find more info.

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Mike B (SD)

03-07-2011 20:53:52




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 Re: Case 930 production in reply to caseman-d, 03-07-2011 19:18:46  
I have searched and a swear someone gave me that data here within the last year but I can't find it.
It's funny how the data for the 1940's and 50's tractors is so easy to find and you get to the sixties when tractor production really slowed down and it becomes one big secret. The Massey guys will claim that the model 1100 was one of their greatest tractors ever but they have no idea how many were actually sold even though the were made right here in the States. The Allis guys are spoiled with Swinford writing their book and Guy Fay has a pretty good handle on the IH numbers but the rest is kind of hard to find.

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