on our way thru the Case "SP" series here is the 120 the second generation of the "SP"'s, it does not look like I have a model "77" but I believe it was a 7' cut I do have a "65" and will be posting it later in the "pull-type" series cnt
Re: 120 lit in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-01-2012 05:47:54
It says Eagle Eye view, but would be a pain to see to drive up to a truck to unload!! Dad had A6 machines and it was us boys job to clean engine off every morning as he had one burn up! Then bought 77 with pto power, boy did we like that! My 77 has Case air cooled engine!!
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