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bubbalou

06-12-2011 19:52:58




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I got an old case farm tractor to rebuild, all i have is the serial number how can i find the year and model it is 5620035D stamped on the plate on the column. Thanks




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Clayton Spencer

06-12-2011 19:59:15




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 Re: tractor model in reply to bubbalou, 06-12-2011 19:52:58  
I would say that it is a 1952 D Case. You take the first two numbers and subtract 4 and get the 1952, and the D tells you it is a D Model



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bubbalou

06-12-2011 20:10:54




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 Re: tractor model in reply to Clayton Spencer, 06-12-2011 19:59:15  
Thank you very much. Dave



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zach in neb

06-12-2011 19:54:21




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 Re: tractor model in reply to bubbalou, 06-12-2011 19:52:58  
If the serial number you posted is correct, it is a 1952 model "D".



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gusbratz

06-12-2011 19:53:09




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 Re: tractor model in reply to bubbalou, 06-12-2011 19:52:58  
I think you need to know the model first to take the serial number and determine year. post a pic and these guys will prolly know the model by seeing it.



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