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Case Nutty 1660

03-21-2012 17:46:20




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just to get to my grain cart!! LOL




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Dutchman

03-22-2012 13:07:30




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 Re: the things you have to move in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-21-2012 17:46:20  
WoW .. Wish I had a bigger shed ... then you could PARK some here .. LOL ...

NICE LOOKING PICTURE ... I wish I had that Grain-o-Vator and you had a feather { we both would be tickle } lol ..

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McKerrow630

03-22-2012 07:11:48




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 Re: the things you have to move in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-21-2012 17:46:20  
Geese just when I think I have seen your "case musum" You come up with more neat stuff!!! Hey you never told what years they built the pull type 77 combine. Came without the scile bar(mispelled) I was to small to drive the old wind-rower. I remember riding on the tractor with dad. few years later they installed the scile-bar on the combine. Thanks Tom for the pic's God Bless. One more thing did case ever paint the letter series SC,DC and so on. 2-tone yellow-n-orange???

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Case Nutty 1660

03-22-2012 07:25:17




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 Re: the things you have to move in reply to McKerrow630, 03-22-2012 07:11:48  
the one book I have shows "77" production 57-61 Case Did not paint any "SC/DC" tractors from the factory in the DS/Flambeau I have heard the stories of dealers painting them that way to sell off old stock tractors, evn the "500" dsl was still all Flambeau, the big "400" was the first factory painted DS/Flambeau tractors cnt



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Jason Kozlowski

03-21-2012 20:01:40




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 I had to move these today. in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-21-2012 17:46:20  
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I did the same thing today, but on a Pennsylvania scale, a little smaller.



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D G Wells

03-21-2012 18:08:46




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 Re: the things you have to move in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-21-2012 17:46:20  
Hey,-- I think your braggin' now. Sure sounds like you're trying to make the rest of us jealous. Come on have some kind of a heart for us under-privilaged Case owners. LOL Thanks for the pics.---Derrol in Texas---



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